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.
This guide walks you through how to measure the impact of your programmes. Filled with useful prompts and helpful suggestions, it will give you what you need to make progress on your journey towards better monitoring and evaluation.
If you don’t have any systems in place when it comes to impact measurement, all hope is not lost. Find out how Makerble can take you on a three step process to put better tracking systems in place without rocking the boat of your organisation.
The Business School at University College Birmingham needed a way to give their students the opportunity to put what they had learnt into practice and gain a real-world understanding of business and innovation.
A West London charity was struggling with recruitment and retention on a £250,000 programme funded by the European Social Fund which was designed to get young people who had dropped out of school, back into education, employment or training.
Friends of the Earth had an ambitious programme but had no clear way to demonstrate its impact. Find out how we developed a Strategy for Impact for the programme, identified new activity areas and clear measurable indicators