Collins-Donnelly Consultancy

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Research Consultancy


Collins-Donnelly Consultancy can conduct custom-designed small-scale research projects in the following areas:


Criminological & Psychological Research

• Employee Satisfaction

• Customer/Service User Satisfaction


This consultancy department is managed by Kate, who has worked on research project bidding, design, management, implementation, analysis and reporting on a wide variety of research areas within Government departments and other public sector organisations, within a University, within the voluntary/charitable sector and within the private sector.


Criminological & Psychological Research


We conduct criminological and psychological research projects based on qualitative and quantitative methodologies for public, voluntary and private sectors. These small-scale projects can include:


• Qualitative interviews, observations, case studies and focus groups.

• Quantitative surveys, including face-to-face, telephone, online, postal and email surveys.

• Evaluation of programme or project processes, outcomes and impacts.

• Consultation processes, e.g. of stakeholders, customers/service users, communities.

• Disseminating research findings and good practice findings in a variety of formats to best meet your organisation’s needs.

• Literature reviews


Employee Satisfaction Research


We conduct employee satisfaction research projects based on qualitative and quantitative methodologies for public, voluntary and private sectors. These small-scale projects can include:


• Qualitative interviews, focus groups and other consultation processes.

• Quantitative surveys, including face-to-face, telephone, postal and email surveys.

• Disseminating research findings and good practice findings in a variety of formats to best meet your organisation’s needs.


Customer/Service User Satisfaction Research


We conduct customer or service user satisfaction research projects based on qualitative and quantitative methodologies, which can include.


• Quantitative surveys, including face-to-face, telephone, postal and email surveys.

• Qualitative interviews, focus groups and other consultation processes.

• Disseminating research findings and good practice findings in a variety of formats to best meet your organisation’s needs.