‘Impact practice’ is what an organisation does to plan, understand, communicate, and improve the difference it makes in the world. The cycle of good impact practice takes you through the key steps that are involved, with practical resources and advice throughout.
The cycle is made up of four steps and you can click on each one for further guidance and support. The steps can be followed in order, or you can select those that feel most relevant to you.
Step one provides advice and practical worksheets to help you:
Develop your theory of change – this includes defining your target audience, agreeing your goals, and articulating a plan for change.
Plan your data collection – including understanding different types of data, reviewing your existing data, determining what further data you need, involving users in impact practice, and ensuring ethical practice and compliance with data protection regulation.
Step two clarifies how you can collect and manage high quality data. It then introduces specific data collection methods – surveys, interviews, focus groups, case studies, creative methods, and observations – and explains how to use them effectively.
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