Measuring Social Impacts outlines a five-step method for figuring out which impacts matter and how to measure them.
It’s time for people in the nonprofit community to reclaim the language of nonprofit evaluation.
A commitment to impact evaluation is the mark of a nonprofit organization that takes its work seriously.
High-performing nonprofits benefit from having a board of directors that functions as more than a rubber stamp.
The evaluation of nonprofit outcomes shouldn't focus exclusively on programmatic activity. Here's a look at what it means to take frontline work seriously.
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Evaluating efforts to promote shifts in policy requires methods that are at once rigorous and flexible.
Civic Work, Civic Lessons discusses the importance of engaging in public service, especially for younger people.
The views of those who benefit from social programs offers insight into a program's effectiveness.
A look at how to examine the effectiveness of community advocacy and representation.
Defining credible evidence has polarized into two camps that must be brought together to tackle social problems effectively.