Published in collaboration with Melbourne Business School & Asia Pacific Social Impact Centre
Social impact measurement framework allows a mission-driven organization to provide a step by step approach to a clear impact thesis, impact map between partners, data capacity, data collection and demonstrate impact effectively. The social impact assessment process should start with volume one: Groundwork will facilitate the necessary discussions and documentation for your organization to establish an impact framework.
Trends from Impact Management Project
Terms clarification between Theory of Change, Logic Model, LogFrame, Logical Framework, Impact Thesis
Outcome metrics are foundation to aligning impact goals between funders, intermediaries and grantees/investee. Volume Two: Metrics continues our journey from Volume One: Groundwork. The guidebook will facilitate the necessary discussions and documentation for your organization to select meaningful and practical metrics.
Measure What Matters
Aligning with Standard Metrics
Securing Enduring Metrics
Metrics Data Pipeline
Data capacity of each impact players is critical to successful impact management strategy. You need a different strategy for asset owners, asset managers, and assets. In Volume Three: Data, your organization will discover how technology might be leveraged to collect reliable and credible data on the outcome-oriented metrics selected.
Streamlining data from assets to asset managers and finally asset owners
Social impact management allows a mission-driven organization to provide a step-by-step approach to a clear impact thesis, impact map between partners, data capacity, data collection and demonstrate impact effectively.
Volume Four: Communication connects back to the first volume to tie the final bow on Actionable Impact Management. In this final volume, we explore methods for communicating your organization's impact story with correct metrics, transparent data, and minimal tools.
In this volume 4, you will learn what you should consider in communicating your organization’s work, intended social impact, learnings from the field, and shortcomings.
The process of communication is perhaps going to disrupt impact management. Savy impact entrepreneurs will use effective communication instead of the traditional fundraising approach.
Integrate stories from the field with powerful visualization that allows an optimal strategy for impact reports. Raise capital by through more impactful report & social media