Organization effectiveness and efficiency scale manual
The Organization Effectiveness and Efficiency Scale (OEES; the Scale) was developed by the International Research Consortium on Evidence-Based Practices (2013) to assist not-for profit organizations meet the increasing need to be more effective in terms of achieving their intended results, more efficient in terms of their resource utilization, and more sustainable in terms of adapting to change and providing a range of sound service delivery opportunities and practices.
The purpose of the OEES is to both assist organizations meet these current challenges and to help guide them through the continuous quality improvement and transformation process.
To this end, the OEES provides:
A collaborative approach to evaluation
An evidence-based approach to performance assessment
A multiple perspective approach to performance evaluation and management
A comprehensive approach to continuous quality improvement and organization transformation
Arduin Foundation-The Netherlands (Jos van Loon and Kees Swart)
Bob Schalock & Associates (Bob Schalock)
Institute on Community Inclusion (INICO)-University of Salamanca, Spain (Miguel Verdugo)
Qui Zhi Vocational Training Center-Taipei, Taiwan (Chun-Shin Lee and Tim Lee)
University College-Gent University, Belgium (Claudia Claes)
Manual de la Escala de Eficacia y Eficiencia Organizacional (OEES): Un enfoque sistemático para mejorar los resultados organizacionales