Since September 2006 David has been consulting internationally to funders, ministries and direct service agencies in the social (not-for-profit) and public sectors. His focus is on organizational capacity building and the six pillars of performance management: relentless leadership, results-focused managing, accountability for outcomes, results-based budgeting, measuring and monitoring, and evaluation. His practice builds on over three decades of experience using performance management systems to improve the quality and effectiveness of social services. David is retiring effective January 1, 2014. He has authored numerous articles and papers about nonprofit and public sector performance management, Including his recent and highly regarded eBook, Working Hard and Working Well, a companion to Mario Morino’s Leap of Reason; and he has developed web-based tools for nonprofits to assess their capacity to manage performance and their readiness for evaluation. His book is free, and along with these tools is available on his website: www.dekhconsulting.com .