ENTF Data Framework
The Measuring Systems Success Action Team leads the Economic and Workforce Development Committee’s data work. The matrix below shows which projects address which questions from the ENTF Data Framework.
This project uses data to address system-level questions about Access: Where are there gaps in or duplication of services? Does capacity match the need?
2020-2021 Workforce Development Service Analysis by ENTF
2017 Service Analysis by Inclusive Performance Strategies
Data Decision Protocol
Cluster Analysis (formerly System Analysis)
This project uses data to address system-level questions about Community Outcomes: Are people living in Kent County becoming more economically stable? Are outcomes equitable?
2021 Cluster Analysis by Petersen Research Consultants (2019 data)
2016 System Analysis by Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University (2014 data)
Best Practices Scorecard
This project uses data to address agency-level questions about Services: To what extent are agencies utilizing best practices?
2018 Best Practices Scorecard
by Calvin University Center for Social Research Summary
by Inclusive Performance Strategies Results
Survey Outcomes Analysis
This project uses data to address the agency-level questions about Individual Outcomes: Are participants making progress towards their goals? Are outcomes equitable?
Other Related Data
Addressing Economic Inclusion in Grand Rapids
by Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University (2018 data) 2020 Data Update
by Mark White of the Center for Regional Analysis at George Mason University and Randall Arthur of the Center for Regional Economic Competitiveness (2014 data) 2016 Report