Webinar: Managing for Outcomes - A Director’s Guide

Date: 26 Oct 2021

Social impact measurement (SIM) is an ever-growing and changing field of practice. It is part of a broader trend in the social sector where we are seeing an increasing focus on measuring the things that matter most - the outcomes of investments and activities that create social change.

But measuring is only one half of the story. Real change comes through building a culture in both service delivery organisations and funders that understands how to use this data to manage to outcomes. Simply put, managing to outcomes means defining organisational goals, rigorously measuring performance against those goals, and then continuously managing the organisation in line with those goals and measures.

It means that organisations have the right information to respond and make better decisions to improve program design and delivery in a timely manner.

This Webinar will take place live on:

Tuesday, October 26, 2021 from 2.30pm to 3.30pm AEDT


Institute of Community Directors Australia members: $70 (inc GST)

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Non-member price: $80 (inc GST)

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SIMNA is a growing network of members and interested individuals who believe that understanding and measuring social impact is critical to achieving the best possible outcomes for all Australians, our communities and our environment.

To find out more and to become a SIMNA Member, click here.

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Meet the presenter

Simon Faivel is a Director in the Consulting team at Social Ventures Australia (SVA), Founding Chair of SIMNA, and Co-Chair of Social Value International. Simon is a strategy consultant who now exclusively works with for-purpose organisations to better describe, measure, value, communicate and manage the social changes they create.

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