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New Directions in Performance Measurement and Management

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Georgetown University

Copley Formal Lounge

3700 O Street Northwest

Washington, DC 20057

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Performance measurement is imperative for nonprofit organizations that wish to improve their results and demonstrate to their stakeholders that they make a difference. Yet, is it difficult to choose the appropriate tools and metrics needed in order to translate the theory of performance measurement into practice. Speakers include:

Dan Cardinali, President and CEO, Independent Sector

Carol T. Cole, President and CEO, Venture Philanthropy Partners

Eshauna Smith, CEO, Urban Alliance

Mary K. Winkler, Senior Research Associate and Leap Ambassador, Urban Institute

Join us in a hands-on exploration for nonprofit leaders, researchers, funders and students featuring speakers pioneering new performance management techniques with case studies, tools and applications. Presentations by experts in the field will be followed by interactive table discussions led by nonprofit practitioners.

The moderated roundtable topics will be:

  1. Leadership
  2. Evolving a Culture of Continuous Improvement
  3. Capacity building
  4. Small organizations
  5. External Evaluation
  6. Foundations and Other Funders
  7. Leap of Reason Assessment Tool
  8. Performance-based contracting and Pay for Success
  9. Impact Investing

Registration and continental breakfast begin at 9:00 a.m. The program starts at 9:30 a.m.

Parking and directions will be sent to those that RSVP.

Any question, comment, or request for accomodation should be sent by email to Béatrice: bl517 ( at ) georgetown ( dot ) edu.

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Copley Formal Lounge

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Washington, DC 20057

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