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Measurement by charities is not the most exciting subject to most people. But measurement of results is an incredibly important part of running and funding charities.
Funders are wonderful. Without them, much of what charities do wouldn’t get done. But as any charity will tell you, funders can also be a nightmare – not just when they won’t fund you, but also when they do.
NPC is excited about the arrival of PHINEO.
`Personalisation’—where people are allocated their own personal budget to spend on the public services of their choice—is a hot topic.
How often would you say you feel truly happy? Every day? Once a week? Less? It will vary greatly from person to person, from day to day, and depends on lots of factors.
Joe Saxton at nfpsynergy, the research consultancy specialising in non-profit organisations, recently wrote an editorial encouraging charities to use ‘nudging’ to increase revenue from donations. This got us thinking about how else the effectiveness of the sector could be improved through ‘nudging’.
As part of NPC’s drive to evaluate our effectiveness (which includes having our annual report analysed), I’ve been researching how the charity world has changed to see if it has moved any closer to achieving our vision of a third sector where impact measurement is the norm.