It’s one thing to design an outcomes measurement approach, but what are the critical lessons to make these approaches work on the ground? Join SIMNA NSW for a panel discussion exploring the realities of collecting and reporting on social impact data.
- Urbis | Level 23 | Tower Two | 201 Sussex Street | Sydney | NSW 2000
- Thursday, 5 July 2018 from 7:30 am to 9:30 am
- $15 to attend. FREE for SIMNA Members
We will hear about two case studies – both featuring an impact measurement specialist – to reflect on designing the approach as well as their colleagues who work in frontline roles to implement the collection of data.
Our esteemed panel of presenters includes impact measurement specialists Garima Misra, Research Analyst at The Salvation Army and Rachel Christie, Impact Measurement Specialist from Mission Australia.
Each panellist will provide a snapshot of their work relating to measuring the social impacts of their work.
Our facilitator will be Dean Williamson, Founder and Managing Director of Primitive. Dean lead us in a discussion regarding the challenges and key lessons.
This is a great opportunity to hear from two leading organisations about their experiences in implementing impact measurement to support stronger outcomes for service participants and the organisations themselves.
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