Monthly Archives: May 2011

What the Prime Minister thinks about well-being

In a speech earlier this week, the Prime Minister David Cameron gave his strongest avowal yet of the importance of using measures of well-being as a yardstick for making decisions. He stated how he wanted to lead a government that … Continue reading

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Customising the tool for your project

In all my years working with charities, I have never seen two that are the same. Even within organisations there can be big differences in what goes on between individual projects. At NPC’s Well-being Measure we understand this. So we’ve … Continue reading

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How to do a rolling survey

Most of the time you think about doing a survey, it involves sending out a questionnaire for all your participants to complete at the same time. But what if you run a project that where you don’t see everyone together? … Continue reading

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