A presentation about creating visuals of your data to make an impact
Champions of Change Backbone Workshop
Looking for more collective impact resources - check out this great cache of resources that can be found on www.tamarackcommunity.ca.
Resource Type: Tool | Author: Public Health Agency of Canada
The purpose of this Guide is to provide people involved in Community Food Actions (CFAs) with practical tools, resources and strategies to evaluate outcomes. Real tools you can use.
Link to a wide range of evaluation resources
If you are a regular visitor to my twitter account @weaverworks you will know that I spent the last week of January 2013 with 120 colleagues and talking evaluation. Here are the resources.
Resource Type: Publication | Author: John Kania & Mark Kramer
Collective impact efforts are upending conventional wisdom about the manner in which we achieve social progress.
A slidedeck of how the original 13 vibrant communities, collectively measured their impact. Originally presented at the 2012 Social Finance Forum.
The Community Data Program is a helpful resources for Canadians working to better understand the trends and data of the communities they are living and working in.
How do you measure quality of life. It's not easy, but this blog examines the complexity surrounding the practice.
Action Teams take Flight
A look at the first steps of the Cities Reducing Poverty Action Teams
A Research Project by Community Waitakere, New Zealand
This set of three inter-related documents presents a set of resources and tools to support the development of effective evaluation frameworks by community development organizations.
Resource: Report | Authors: Hallie Preskill and Tanya Beer
This report calls on philanthropy to re-envision the role, purpose, and processes of evaluation so that social innovations have a better chance of success.
Resource Type: Audio Seminar | Speaker: Lynne Slotek
In this seminar, Liz Weaver interviews Lynne Slotek about the Canadian Index of Well-being (CIW). The CIW is a measurement approach to determine changes in the quality of life and wellbeing of citizens and communities.