The Success Case Method: Find Out Quickly What's Working and What's Not
Educational Leadership, Research and Technology
The Success Case Method (SCM) offers a simple, carefully crafted way of determining how well a new organizational initiative is working. Already shown to be effective in dozens of organizations, SCM is based on five steps: focusing and planning the study; clearly defining what outcomes will be considered ""success""; identifying success cases; conducting interviews to learn exactly how success was achieved; and communicating results throughout the organization.
Citation for published book
Brinkerhoff, Robert O. The Success Case Method : Find out Quickly What's Working and What's Not / Robert O. Brinkerhoff. 1st ed. 2003. Print.
Brinkerhoff, Robert O., "The Success Case Method: Find Out Quickly What's Working and What's Not" (2003). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 415.