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Purpose and impact have always been at the heart of everything we do, but how do you measure the impact of your actions when the bottom line isn’t your only priority.Let's learn
If we can't measure the impact of our change programmes, what's the point?
We're the sort of people who build evaluation in from start to finish, learning and adapting for our clients as we go. We know how important real-time evaluation is - because it's knowing whether you are focusing your resources and budget in the right areas and achieving the outcomes you planned for.
Our team can help you determine the right things to measure, analyse and interpret data - in real time or at the end - and importantly they can help you measure impact.
Social Return On Investment [SROI].SROI (Social Return on Investment) is an outcomes-based measurement framework that helps organisations to understand and quantify the social, environmental and economic value they are creating – or in some cases, destroying. It is about ascribing and providing a VALUE to what matters (i.e. a particular change in customer behaviour, or a change in wider health, social and environmental issues).
Ultimately, SROI will generate a key ratio of benefits: costs for an action or activity. For example, if an activity has an SROI ratio of 3:1, it delivers £3 worth of social / environmental value (benefits) for every £1 put in to do the activity (the cost).
Our research team and experienced assessors can help you understand your social return on investment. By understanding the value you are creating beyond profit or financial return, you are able to demonstrate your worth - essential for anyone seeking to impress investors, funders and board level executives.
To find out more about our social return on investment model and how it can be applied to help your organisation download our free whitepaper.