Interactive Success Stories
Clear Impact maintains a worldwide library of RBA success stories that you can browse. Each of these success stories includes at least one successfully turned curve with background information about the organization and what steps they took. Click here to view the RBA Success Story Library.
- Baltimore Leadership in Action program turns the curve on children ready for school in Baltimore City
- MADD turns the curve on alcohol related traffic deaths.
- Santa Cruz County’s united effort turns the curve on teen alcohol use: Together for Youth / Unidos Para Nuestros Jovenes.
- Tillamook County turns the curve on the teen pregnancy rate.
Results-Based Accountability Success Stories
2014 Impact Measurement Award Winners
- Penrith City Council – develops clear meaningful Outcome Based Performance Measures for its services.
- Family Worker Training + Development Programme Inc. – Contributes to safe, healthy, resilient children, young people, and families
- New South Wales Family Services Inc – measure outcomes by asking key questions: How much did we do? How well did we do it? Is anyone better off?
- Linkwest Peak Body – Uses Performance Accountability to improve programs in the areas of sector development, social inclusion, education, and adult learning.
Contra Costa County
- Children’s Report Card tracks state, county and neighborhood trends for 23 Indicators under 5 Results.
- Children and Family Services Budget relates county expenditures to community results.
Los Angeles County
- Children’s Planning Council uses the power of outcomes and indicators from planning to budgets
- County government organizes major planning efforts around County-Wide Results
- Getting to Results, Building a Prototype for Results-Based Accountability in Maryland:
- Excerpt from Maryland 2001 Kids Count Factbook, by Phil Lee, University of Maryland School of Public Affairs
- Commission for Children and Families uses “Request for Results” as alternative to “Request for Proposal
San Mateo County
- Outcome-Based Management System Aligns Program Performance Measures, County Budget and Community Results.
- Children’s Summit Moves 350 Participants from Talk to Action.
Santa Cruz County
Missouri and Vermont
- Building Senior Leadership Support for Results-Based Accountability
- A Dialogue Between Gary Stangler and Cornelius Hogan
See also the examples and stories in Trying Hard is Not Good Enough