Sample Reports

At Burkmont, we pride ourselves on clearly communicating the results of our research. The reports we produce are aimed at clear data visualization and providing actionable insights for decision-makers. Check out a few samples of our deliverables below.


SAmple summary report

This monthly update report provided detailed actionable insights into this organizations players and performance. In this case, we had quantified "team chemistry" in a few different ways - both at the individual- and team-level. Click on the image to view the full-length PDF.


Sample data visualization profile

Another way of presenting data, we created this profile based on the results of interviews with new hires at an LA-based company. This data visualization technique is designed to be user-friendly and easily digestible. Click on the image to view the full PDF.


Selected Publications

In addition to producing reports based on our applied work, at Burkmont we also engage in academic, peer-reviewed research. This type of work helps us stay on top of developments in the fields of applied research methods, sports analytics, health, and social psychology. Samples of our published work are below.

Rosenberg, lewandowski, & Siegel (2015)

In a paper published by the Journal of Mixed Methods Research, Dr. Rosenberg and colleagues presented a novel method for analyzing and presenting qualitative and quantitative data simultaneously. Click on the image to view the entire paper.


Siegel, tan, rosenberg, et al. (2016)

In this paper from Social Science & Medicine, Dr. Rosenberg and coauthors examined the influence of negative emotions on people's experience at the DMV - something we can all relate to. Click on the image to view the entire paper.


azzam & Levine (2015)

Writing with Dr. Tarek Azzam in Evaluation and Program Planning, Dr. Levine looked at the ways in which the political context of an evaluation affect design, approach, and methods decisions. Click on the image to view the entire paper.

Azzam & Levine (2014)

Along with one coauthor, in this paper from New Directions for Evaluation, Dr. Levine examined the various implications for evaluators negotiating implementation and design with stakeholders. Click on the image to view the entire paper.