Measuring Your Impact

Nonprofits today face ever-growing pressure to demonstrate the outcomes and impact of their programs.  It can feel like the tail wagging the dog when over-complicated evaluation processes steal valuable time and resources away from mission-related activities.However, increasing your impact is a mission-related activity and it is only through measurement and continuous learning that you can understand the best ways to do that.


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Thinking Differently About Outcome Measurement

In this article, Peter York challenges us to change the way we think about outcomes and measurement.

A Clear Way to Simplify Outcomes

National leader, Jason Saul, shares a simple tool for thinking about your outcomes.

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Six Organizational Behaviors that Support Learning as You Go

Assessment and data guru, Peter York shared his list of organizational behaviors around outcomes that lead to success.

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Unprecedented Collaboration

Nearly 20 foundations and corporations have invested in building the capacity of NH nonprofits through their support of this project.

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The Go Factor

In the triad of "ready, set, go" NonprofitNext is the "Go Factor." Tools that you find here allow you to quickly move into action by downloading a resource that you can use today - A checklist, a template, information to bring to your next board meeting.



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