Results data can be used destructively or constructively. To provide insights or to shift blame. To identify where to improve or to complain about the status quo. How are you using your results data?
Every organisation can map its approach to impact on the Impact Maturity Curve. Impact can be more than a set of statistics and case studies that are reported to your funders and managers. It can be a guiding star that shapes your approach to changing the world.
Is the role of the charity sector to help people get through problems or end the existence of those problems altogether? If it is the latter, do we have what we need to achieve that?
Making sense of a diverse set of inter-related outcomes and indicators. When your metrics overlap it is difficult and time-consuming to get a clear sense of how they tally up to the big picture of the change your fund or delivery organisation is working towards.
Wanting to share best practice and insights between teams. Many organisations are able to communicate within teams but struggle to do it well at an organisation level, whether they're in the same office or across multiple sites.
Needing to report on the number of people you serve whose details you don't have, as well as on the service users whose details you need to store in a secure GDPR-compliant way
Tracking beneficiaries across multiple services, projects and departments using ONE database that works for ALL Funders
Case Management does not have to be complicated. Makerble provides you with a simple way to store every file, note, picture, survey response and outcome related to every beneficiary you work with.
Storing assessment data on Makerble is easy and you can record people’s responses to the same assessment on multiple occasions. This enables you to see the change that is happening over time with every beneficiary you support.
It’s important to be able to get the basics right. Makerble makes it easy to tick off your beneficiaries’ attendance at every session you run.