As collective impact has gained traction across the globe, demand has grown for an effective approach to evaluating collective impact initiatives that meets the needs of various interested parties. Collective impact practitioners seek timely, high-quality data that enables reflection and informs strategic and tactical decision making. Funders and other supporters require an approach to performance measurement and evaluation that can offer evidence of progress toward the initiative's goals at different points along the collective impact journey.
This three part series responds to these needs by offering practitioners, funders, and evaluators a way to think about, plan for, and implement different performance measurement and evaluation activities.
Title: Guide to Evaluating Collective Impact: Assessing Progress and Impact
Publication date 2014-05-05
Publication Year 2014
, Jennifer Splansky Juster
, Marcie Parkhurst
, Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions
, Collective Impact Forum
measurement and evaluation
, performance measurement
, measurement system
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