Often the institutions or organisational units under a professional and appropriate evaluation are cooperative and contribute constructively to the evaluation. Sometimes, however, the willingness to cooperate is not forthcoming. For example, if the given authority of a supervisory authority or a superior is disregarded. For instance, a faculty could refuse to cooperate with the university management because it expects advantages in return for its cooperation.
In such cases, it may be necessary to conduct an evaluation without the consent and willingness to cooperate of the organisation or organisational unit under evaluation.
In such situations, the Institute for Applied Statistics draws on the experience that its employees have gained through investigative journalism and combines the relevant skills with the robust methods of statistics.
The solutions for these tasks are necessarily customised and individually developed. No matter what the obstacles may look like at first, we enable you to conduct a professional evaluation.