Performance Management

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Lead and Lag Indicators. What they are and what they mean for Third Sector organisations.

One of the interesting conversations I had at the recent Data4Good Conference was on performance management. We were discussing the need for a set of performance indicators that a charity could use to get early warnings of performance issues as well as being able to track outcomes and impacts. One of the participants said she … Continue reading

The challenges of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning in charities

We had a short discussion at our Charity Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning workshop today to identify the challenges and barriers. The themes were: Capacity – how do we prioritise what to measure and find the time to do it as well as delivering our core work? Data – in many cases, the right data simply … Continue reading

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning in charities; cutting through the jargon

There is so much jargon and so many different models associated with Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning in Third Sector organisations. In principle, deciding what to measure is very simple. Third Sector organisations create assets (products, programmes, interventions) and enable people to use those assets to create benefits for themselves and others. In other words, they do … Continue reading

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