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Framing Social Impact Measurement


November 2014 | Key Business Issues

Corporate philanthropy is increasingly aligned with business strategy, and evaluating the performance or value of a company often now includes evaluating its social impact. But what does that mean in practice? Impact can mean different things to different groups, depending on their objectives and their role in delivering a social program. And then there’s the question of data, and how it should be used to demonstrate impact. These and other topics are addressed in Framing Social Impact Measurement, which aims to help you think about social impact measurement in the right context.

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Alex Parkinson

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