Management Center's Results Matter: Managing Outcome Measurement Is Possible!
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EST)
Do terms like logic model, outputs, outcomes and indicators stress you out? You are not alone. Outcome measurement can be a daunting task. However, in the age of information technology and accountability, all organizations must be able to demonstrate success by providing real data backed up by accepted measurement techniques. Fortunately, measuring outcome does not have to be complicated. In this highly interactive session, we will use familiar metaphors and real life examples. Detailed information regarding the specific roles of a board in an organization’s prospects, funders and staff are outlined.
Topics to be discussed:
• Develop practical tools for collecting information about an organization’s impact
• Map out the relationship between a program’s actions and intended outcome
• Avoid common pitfalls and stay focused on what really matters
• Make learning from and sharing results second nature
Who should attend:
Executive directors, program leaders, development professionals.
Laurel Molloy is founder and chief consultant of Innovations Quantified (IQ), a consulting firm that has been helping organizations increase their impact since 1999. Clients include local, national and international non-profits and grant makers serving a wide variety of missions. Laurel is known for her practical approach to outcome-focused efforts and her ability to make workshops relevant to her audience. She has a master’s degree in non-profit management from NYU and is the author of “Finally-Outcome Measurement Strategies Anyone Can Understand.”
When & Where
United Way of Westchester and Putnam
United Way’s mission is to advance the common good. With your help, we can create opportunities for a better life by focusing on: a quality education that leads to a better job, which provides the income that can support a family through retirement; and good health. Everything we do supports these building blocks for a better life – and that affects all of us.