Impact management


What you need to know about the Impact Management Programme

on 16 November 2016

NPC is leading the new Impact Management Programme, funded by the Access Foundation and Power to Change, which aims to help charities and social enterprises increase their social impact and diversify their income. In this blog Rob Abercrombie explains more about this work and the opportunity it brings, as well as how you can get involved to shape the programme.

Dan Corry

Troubled evaluations

on 10 November 2016

The government's Troubled Families Programme has had no discernible impact, according to those evaluating it. Dan Corry looks at what happened with the initiative, and why it matters.


What does good economic analysis look like?

on 24 August 2016

This briefing paper aims to demystify economic analysis. It can be used by charities and funders thinking about using the method to determine the impact and value of their services.


Three ways to improve your impact practice

on 19 August 2016

Many charities, funders and social enterprises are committed to learning and improving, but are stretched for time, resources and know-how. Cecilie Hestbaek, who leads the Inspiring Impact programme, outlines three easy and free ways to help busy organisations improve their impact practice.


It starts from the top: Improving governance, improving impact

on 11 August 2016

This policy paper outlines how we can improve charity governance and, by extension, the impact of the sector as a whole. In it, we address some key governance issues, and make recommendations to a number of key players in the sector and beyond.

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Six reasons to sign up to #NPCIgnites

on 10 June 2016

There are many good reasons to join us for our annual October conference, NPC Ignites. Here are just six of them.


Result! What good impact reporting looks like

on 18 January 2016

How charities can plan and produce a good impact report.