Evaluation Scotmid Directors

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Description

The consultancy will involve a sequential exploratory study to examine each Director’s experiences and opinions about the director(s) role(s) at Scotmid. The first stage will use a quantitative self-assessment questionnaire followed by 1:1 semi- structured interviews with each of Scotmid’s 12 Directors. The third stage will involve the preparation of a report. The fourth stage will be a feedback session to Scotmid representative. The fifth stage will involve presentation to full board. The five stages:
Stage 1: Each director will complete a 5 point Likert scale self-assessment questionnaire covering items that have been identified as correlating most significantly with successful governance. The questionnaire will take approximately 30 minutes to complete and be undertaken between 26 May -14 June (NOW* Wednesday 30 June - Tuesday 24 July). On completion the director will email his/her questionnaire to Dr Keith Halcro (Keith.Halcro@gcu.ac.uk)
The questionnaires’ results will be analysed:
a) to provide a set of descriptive statistics of the directors’ collective responses (these descriptive statics will only be released in the final report so as to avoid prejudicing participants’ answers in subsequent 1:1 interviews).
b) to identify a set of items for 1:1 semi-structured interviews with each of the directors (currently 11) linked to the theme of governance.
Stage 2: Each Director will discuss their experiences and opinions through a 1:1 semi-structured set of guiding questions. The material will subsequently be analysed. Each Director will be interviewed at a mutually agreeable time during the period 27 July – 24 August. (*NOW Tuesday 17 August – Thursday 14 September)
Stage 3: Prepare (*NOW 15th September – 17th November) and submit a report to SM, including any possible recommendations by 28th October 2021 (Now 18th November )
Stage 4 : Keith Halcro and SM to meet in week of 8th November to discuss and review report, date to be confirmed (*NOW 22nd November NOW 1 December)
Stage 5: To present to full board 27 January 2022
StatusNot started

UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This project contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

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