↔ Beginning reader ⇨ The Goldilocks Challenge: Right-Fit Evidence for the Social Sector printable ↏ By Mary Kay Gugerty ❁

↔ Beginning reader ⇨ The Goldilocks Challenge: Right-Fit Evidence for the Social Sector printable ↏ By Mary Kay Gugerty ❁ ↔ Beginning reader ⇨ The Goldilocks Challenge: Right-Fit Evidence for the Social Sector printable ↏ By Mary Kay Gugerty ❁ The social sector provides services to a wide range of people throughout the world with the aim of creating social value While doing good is great, doing it well is even better These organizations, whether nonprofit, for profit, or public, increasingly need to demonstrate that their efforts are making a positive impact on the world, especially as competition for funding and other scarce resources increases This heightened focus on impact is positive learning whether we are making a difference enhances our ability to address pressing social problems effectively and is critical to wise stewardship of resources Yet demonstrating efficacy remains a big hurdle for most organizations The Goldilocks Challenge provides a parsimonious framework for measuring the strategies and impact of social sector organizations A good data strategy starts first with a sound theory of change that helps organizations decide what elements they should monitor and measure With a theory of change providing solid underpinning, the Goldilocks framework then puts forward four key principles, the CART principles Credible data that are high quality and analyzed appropriately, Actionable data will actually influence future decisions Responsible data create benefits than costs and Transportable data build knowledge that can be used in the future and by others.Mary Kay Gugerty and Dean Karlan combine their extensive experience working with nonprofits, for profits and government with their understanding of measuring effectiveness in this insightful guide to thinking about and implementing evidence based change This book is an invaluable asset for nonprofit, social enterprise and government leaders, managers, and funders including anyone considering making a charitable contribution to a nonprofit to ensure that these organizations get it just right by knowing what data to collect, how to collect it, how it can be analyzed, and drawing implications from the analysis Everyone who wants to make positive change should focus on the top priority using data to learn, innovate, and improve program implementation over time Gugerty and Karlan show how. Never had it so good Central Europe s Goldilocks Never Goldilocks economies The region is enjoying a boom But long term success requires skilled Motivation Scientific Guide on How to Get and Stay Motivation powerful, yet tricky beast Sometimes really easy get motivated, you find yourself wrapped up in whirlwind of excitement Other times, nearly impossible figure out how motivate re trapped death spiral procrastination This page Interactive stories Big books big interactive whiteboard readMary Kay Gugerty Evans School Public Policy and Mary the Nancy Bell Professor Nonprofit Management at Daniel J Governance Faculty Director Center Nonprofits Philanthropy of View profile LinkedIn, world largest professional community has jobs listed their See complete LinkedIn discover blogsuw professor University Washington, where she taught since CEGA for Effective Global Affairs Washington Her research interests include governance design collective action institutions among individuals rural developing countries NGOs nonprofits US globally Gugerty, csdewashington economic development, Africa, action, public goods provision, nongovernmental organizations, organizational networks health, health interventions delivery, place opportunity, international nonprofit management, program analysis evaluation Whitepages phone numbers, addresses, records, background check reports possible arrest records Whitepages people The Challenge Right Fit Evidence the About Authors Ten Reasons Not Measure Impact What Do faculty director I CONSULTING AssISTANCE ON EcoNoMic REFORM Hiii CAER II Discussion Paper No April views interpretations these papers are those authors Right Innovations Poverty Action Seeing challenges, two researchers Dean Karlan set identify principles organizations could use right time engage impact evaluation, just as importantly build systems that provide information supports learning improvement Governance Global search most trusted directory Social Do Instead REFORM II should not be attributed Agency The Goldilocks Challenge: Right-Fit Evidence for the Social Sector


    • The Goldilocks Challenge: Right-Fit Evidence for the Social Sector
    • 1.4
    • 89
    • Kindle
    • 019936608X
    • Mary Kay Gugerty
    • English
    • 02 December 2017

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