Despite marked advances in the tools and methods for monitoring, evaluation, and learning in the social sector and a burgeoning number of bright spots in practice that are emerging in the field, there is nevertheless broad dissatisfaction across the sector about how data is -- or is not -- used.
Reimagining measurement has engaged the field in thinking about where monitoring, evaluation, and learning is likely to head over the next decade. Over the course of extensive research and more than 125 conversations with leading foundation executives and program staff, evaluation experts, nonprofit leaders, data wonks, and other stakeholders, it became clear that there is a real divergence between the future people expect for monitoring, evaluation, and learning, and the future people hope for.
- Published by
- Monitor Institute, Deloitte
- Funded by
- David and Lucile Packard Foundation
- James Irvine Foundation
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
- S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation
- W.K. Kellogg Foundation
- The Wallace Foundation
- Issue areas
- Nonprofits and Philanthropy
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