We help Foundations and other investors monitor the ongoing impact of their investments. Using our specially developed framework, we first conduct an in-depth impact assessment of an organization. From this, we develop a theory of change, select appropriate indicators, and design quantitative and qualitative methods to measure impact and support our clients to make the right investment decisions to support their mission. We have designed a series of accompanying tools and resources to support this work.
We also work with companies to measure the social return on investment (SROI) of their actions, programs or operations.
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The Rockefeller Foundation's Revalue Ecosystems team was looking for a Strategy Partner to structure a learning agenda for their grant portfolio, to critically review and track the influence of the grantees' work.
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Looking at some of the best practices from leading organizations in this area, I believe there are three common threads that a company can take to successfully embed sustainability into its brand.
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