Different sectors – academia, government, nonprofit, and for-profit – can learn from each other when it comes to using evaluation and data to facilitate positive change. This is a three-part series on evaluation in the for-profit sector (often called “social impact measurement”). In Part I, we explored what is going […]

Social Impact Measurement, Part III: Do Shoes Equal Impact?

One of my goals for this blog is to provide nonprofits, foundations, and fellow evaluators with useful “big picture” information on the evaluation process.  To this end, I recently interviewed Phil Buchanan at the Center for Effective Philanthropy about the role of evaluation in funder-grantee relationships.  CEP conducts research to […]

Interview with Phil Buchanan on Evaluation and Funder-Grantee Relationships