Monitoring, Evaluation & Impact Measurement
- Assessing change: developing and using outcomes monitoring tools
A brand new practical handbook on developing monitoring tools to help organisations demonstrate the difference they are making.
Packed with practical tips, step-by-step guidelines, and an emphasis on integrating monitoring systems into day-to-day practices, this is an essential resource if you want to help your groups capture valuable outcomes information.
- A Guide to Social Return on Investment
A Major New Guide on Social Impact launched by Ministers. This publication will help charities, social enterprises and all organisations with a focus on social and environmental values to communicate their impact effectively to customers, government, public service commissioners, investors and the wider public.
- Charities Evaluation Service
Charities Evaluation Services is the UK's leading provider of support on quality and evaluation systems for the voluntary sector.
- Innovation Network
US based site. Innovation Network is a nonprofit organization that provides evaluation consulting, training, and online tools. Our organization and our website are dedicated to developing and sharing evaluation tools and know-how with nonprofits and funders, so you can do your work more effectively.
- Intelligent Monitoring - an element of Financial relationships with third sector organisations
Charities that receive public funding have to account to government funders for how they spend it and should show the impact they have achieved with it. But the cost of producing this information must be proportionate to the risks and benefits involved. Cutting unnecessary red tape can free up time and money that would be better spent focusing on the key services charities and others provide. The term for achieving this balance and avoiding poor practice is ‘intelligent monitoring'.
- Pro Bono Economics
Pro Bono Economics matches volunteer economists with charities wishing to address questions around measurement, results and impact. Charities are facing increasing pressure to measure their performance and results to quantify their wider impact on society. We believe that the skills and tools economists have can be used to help third sector organisations answer questions that are being asked of them and, in doing so, economists can put their technical skills to use closer to the front line.