Join us on Thursday, December 7 at 5:30pm for SIMNA QLD’s end of year debate: “The Christmas season is a tragedy of ever-increasing inputs, and ever-diminishing outcomes”. This is a must- attend event for members of the Scrooge Society as well as Bob Cratchit think-alikes, and all those undecided Revellers in between!
A record 85-strong audience joined us for SIMNA Queensland’s first session of 2016, a lively and provocative discussion with a panel of experts about the impact of consumer directed care under the NDIS and the implications for service providers in terms of impact measurement. The event was kindly hosted by Deloitte, and facilitated by Natasha […]
The great debate – Methods before metrics: Pros and cons of social impact measurement methods 5.30pm – 7.30pm, Friday 27 November 2015. Brisbane. Free admission. We very much hope you can join us for what will be a lively debate with a panel of experts about the pros and cons of the primary social impact measurement […]
27 August 2015 The QLD Chapter’s second event again drew a large attendance, with around 55 turning up for a breakfast session, generously hosted by McCullough Robertson, and featuring a panel of experts from industry, government and the non-profit sector, sharing thoughts on how measuring and reporting social impact can help clarify program efficiencies and […]
Following on from the successful launch of SIMNA Qld we are delighted to invite you to our next event to be held as a breakfast meeting on 27 August, 2015. We very much hope you can join us for what will be a lively interactive discussion with a panel of experts about the benefits of […]