Quorum regularly writes case studies that highlight members of the Quorum community who manage impactful public affairs programs, run creative campaigns, win advocacy battles, lobby effectively, or simply use Quorum in new ways.
Quorum case studies are designed to educate and inspire. They cover associations, companies, nonprofits, and government agencies; highlight teams large and small; and cover many different industries. The only qualification to be highlighted in a Quorum case study is that your team is doing something well enough to share with others. To learn more, read on.
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Quorum case studies are short articles that we publish on the Quorum website. Using statistics, quotes, and graphics, each case study tells a story about a public affairs team that is doing something interesting or effective. Quorum case studies are often promoted on Quorum’s email and social channels as well.
How Can Your Organization Participate?
Quorum case studies are conducted by invitation, but we welcome ideas. If your organization is doing something that you feel should be highlighted, we want to hear about it. To participate, contact your customer success representative or fill out the form at the top of this page.
What is Required for a Quorum Case Study?
If your organization is invited to participate in a study, here is what you may be asked to do:
Participate in a phone interview (they usually last about 30 minutes).
Provide basic information, such as statistics
Review and approve the draft in a timely way
Provide us with a photo
Promote the case study through your network and your organization’s channels (optional)
Why Do a Quorum Case Study?
Case studies allow us to illustrate in a very real way how people are using Quorum tools, but they also benefit both you and your organization in several ways. For example:
A case study can help you communicate your team’s value to others in your organization, such as a senior vice president, executive director, or even the board
A case study can help your organization show off its work and communicate expertise within your industry
A case study can help establish you personally as an expert and a thought leader in public affairs
What Do Quorum Case Studies Look Like?
Quorum has created many case studies over the years. Here are some examples: