Advancing Evaluation Practices in Philanthropy
This special supplement includes six articles that address basic principles and practices that inform efforts to monitor performance, track progress, and assess the impact of foundation strategies, initiatives, and grants. The supplement was sponsored by the Aspen Institute Program on Philanthropy and Social Innovation and underwritten with a grant from the Ford Foundation.
Basic principles and practices can inform efforts to monitor performance, track progress, and assess the impact of foundation strategies, initiatives, and grants.
How the Ford Foundation is engaging its global staff in building a shared culture of results.
How the Omidyar Network uses a venture capital model to measure and evaluate effectiveness.
How the Rockefeller Foundation is approaching evaluation with developing country partners.
How The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation approaches high-risk philanthropic ventures.
What the Irvine Foundation has learned over the past six years about performance assessment.
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