Kmodity Corp
Bridging the gap between strategy & implementation


Research-backed implementation.

All change is not growth, as all movement is not forward.
— ellen glasgow

Change for change's sake is not necessarily improvement. The implementation process can lead to potential organizational changes in business processes, staff roles, and procedures and such disruptions often lead to inefficiencies and perceived setbacks.  Managing such change may involve establishing training and education initiatives, developing communication protocols, and engaging cross-functional, multi-disciplinary teams. Ensuring that  key players, decision makers and staff are informed and motivated to improve practices and programs is critical to meeting ROI expectations and performance goals.

Kmodity provides technical assistance, training, coaching, evaluation and consultation services. We operationalize implementation science frameworks and tools to build your organizational capacity and improve performance. Kmodity uses a co-creative design approach to develop an implementation plan that aligns your organization's infrastructure and the evidence-based practices being implemented while generating sufficient leadership support and sponsorship to engage the end user.  The result is a transformation in the culture and climate of your agency to enhance operational efficiency and achieve and sustain the benefits envisioned in the implementation planning stages.

Subject Matter Expertise

  • Evidence Based Practices

  • Risk-Need-Responsivity

  • Restorative Justice

  • Pretrial Assessment Instrument

  • Motivational Interviewing

  • Cognitive Behavior Interventions

  • Contingency Management

  • Social Emotional Learning

  • Cultural Responsiveness

  • Workforce Development

  • Entrepreneurial Training

  • Speaker Services

Technical Assistance

  • Implementation 101

  • Implementation Planning

  • Training and Coaching

  • Jail Transition Planning

  • Program Evaluation

  • Process Evaluation

  • Organizational Readiness

  • Transition Planning

  • Readiness Assessment

  • Performance Management

  • Communities of Practice