Tag Archives: Data tools and systems

To Northern Ireland and beyond!

My Irish mother would be very pleased with me: I think I’m falling in love with Northern Ireland. Not only does it have beautiful landscape, friendly people and an excellent Titanic exhibition, but it’s seriously thinking about what it can … Continue reading

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In the crowd

Tim Crabbe – Chair and Director of Strategy at Substance – on the power of crowds and an opportunity to input into the new marketplace of resources. I’ve always been a fan of crowds. It probably comes from when I started … Continue reading

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Measuring the market

As part of the data, tools and systems strand of Inspiring Impact we have been busy consulting with the sector about the tools they currently use and the things that help or hinder access to them. We have already identified … Continue reading

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Survey to understand how you access impact measurement tools

Help us understand how charities and social enterprises access the tools, systems and approaches they need to measure their impact, and what we can do to make it easier.   A big thank you to everyone who contributed their views … Continue reading

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Call for tools

As part of Inspiring Impact‘s data, tools and systems strand we are inviting you to share your thoughts on the impact measurement tools you think are important for the non profit sector. We would like to know what impact measurement … Continue reading

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