Using Self-Reported Data for Impact Measurement
Enterprises and funders face a number of challenges when it comes to measuring and managing impact consistently and effectively. The Impact Management Project’s report serves as a practical guide that shows how standardized stakeholder surveys can be a part of the solution.
We partnered with the Impact Measurement Project, along with 60 Decibels, Keystone Accountability, and Social Value International, to develop what we believe is a first, critical step in helping us all design and implement surveys that can provide meaningful data across five dimensions of impact: what, who, how much, contribution, and risk. This guide aims to make it easier to infuse meaningful impact data into business decision-making and enable greater positive social and environmental impact.
Download the guide here.