Social Impact Measurement

Providing tools and expertise to guide better social outcomes.

It’s easy to get lost in the world of social change and service delivery. Outputs can be confused with outcomes, and knowing what changes to track – let alone keeping track of those changes – can be a daunting task, especially when delivering vital services to vulnerable groups is your core role.

That’s where Navigating Outcomes can help. Working together, we’ll identify indicators to keep your work on track, and give your team and partners the opportunity to learn and improve from real-time data and insights.

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Social impact measurement for non-profit and government organisations and collaborations

Navigating Outcomes provides measurement solutions, quality training and real-time reporting mechanisms using cloud and mobile technology.

Facilitation and Training

Tailored to your organisation’s individual needs, our experts deliver quality training and mentoring to build staff capacity to make social impact measurement part of their everyday work, fostering ongoing learning and innovation.
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Outcomes Measurement and Frameworks

Whether you just need some advice and feedback on defining your outcomes measures, or an integrated, end-to-end solution, Navigating Outcomes can help.
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Track2Change™: Visual Dashboards

An innovative social impact measurement tool combining business intelligence, data analytics and the latest in mobile and cloud technology, Track2Change can help your organisation simply and effectively communicate shared goals and collective progress.
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It’s hard to imagine, but we are already beginning to think about budgets and plans for FY2018/19.

For those of us in the social impact space, that means we need to get real about getting our organisations ready to demonstrate outcomes, and consider the resources needed to support this.

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Interested in working in Social Impact Measurement? We asked six practitioners to share their experiences on how they ended up working in the space, and why. And don’t forget to join us at the SIMNA VIC committee and APSIC panel event next week!

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I have heard “Developmental Evaluation” (DE) described many, many different ways since Michael Quinn Patton coined the term in his 2010 book of the same name.

According to some of these descriptions: it’s a way to record our journey so far; it’s about “developmental moments”; it’s rapid feedback; it’s action learning re-packaged; and/or it’s the same as formative evaluation, linked to innovative and complexity which can be used to achieve scale and so on.

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