19th June 2019
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Triangle and our social enterprise model

Why Triangle chooses to be a social enterprise.

17th March 2019

Spring newsletter round-up

Our March newsletter round-up includes updates on our licensing options, an introduction to our new Managing Director, and a call for interest and views on a Star for Neurodevelopment as well as updates on our new resources and reports. New resources and reports Triangle continues to publish new resources to support organisations in creating positive […]

4th March 2019

Introducing our new Managing Director

Triangle, the social enterprise behind the Outcomes Stars, has grown rapidly in the last few years, as more and more frontline services aim to support and measure change by implementing the Outcomes Star. To help lead Triangle into our next exciting chapter, we have appointed Graham Randles in the new role of Managing Director.   […]

25th January 2019

The interplay of internal and external factors in creating change

In this blog Joy MacKeith, one of Triangle’s founding Directors, explores the interplay of internal and external factors, particularly in the context of austerity in the UK, and sets out Triangle’s approach to the Outcomes Star.  The context of austerity In the 12 years since the first version of the Outcomes Star was published, the […]

8th January 2019

Christmas newsletter round-up

This month’s newsletter round-up includes news on new reports; two new Outcomes Star case studies; new Star research and pyschometric findings; links to Family Nurse Partnership’s newly published blog post on the development of our upcoming New Mum Star and an interview with Clare Burrell, Head of Strategic Commissioning and Policy for Children and Families […]

3rd December 2018

Protecting children and young people from relationship conflict

The Family Star (Relationships) was one of two new Stars published by Triangle in September 2018.  It is designed for services working with families where inter-parental conflict is a major focus, with the aim of protecting their children from the harmful effects and enabling them to thrive.  We recently interviewed Clare Burrell, Head of Strategic […]

20th November 2018

Psychometric testing of the Outcomes Star

The Outcomes Star has been tested psychometrically. A new set of psychometric factsheets demonstrate the validity of the Outcomes Star, and reveal how the Star can produce informative and valuable outcomes data for commissioners, funders and organisations. Psychometric testing tells us how confident we can be in the data produced by a measurement tool including […]

26th September 2018

September newsletter round-up

This month’s newsletter round-up includes news on two new Stars, newly published research on using Star data with research and evaluation in Early Help services, job vacancies, future Star development as well as upcoming events. Outcomes Star events Triangle are running free events across the country in Brighton, London and Glasgow for service managers and […]

16th July 2018

“Good Help” and the Outcomes Star™

From our experience supporting hundreds of frontline services to use the Star, we know that how services help people matters. We were excited to see the “Good Help” report, which proposes a simple and powerful distinction between ‘Good Help’ and ‘Bad Help.‘ The report harvests the best of current practice in behaviour change programmes alongside a […]

11th April 2018

Social accounting using Outcomes Stars™

A guest blog from Anne Lythgoe, Social Audit Network Understanding the outcomes for the stakeholders in your organisation or service, and how this might create longer term beneficial impacts is the main purpose of using an Outcomes Star. But Outcomes Stars can also be used as part of a framework which helps your organisation better […]