Organizational Performance and Impact Measurement
The E2E Foundation specializes in social impact measurement. We offer workshops and courses on impact measurement designed and customized to meet each organization’s performance goals
Organizational performance and Impact Measurement workshop activities :
- Introduction to impact measurement as a prognostic tool to evaluate proposed activities.
- Impact measurement as a diagnostic tool to observe and measure activity progress.
- Understanding the use of performance measurement to organize work teams and activities, validate your projects, and maximize fundraising efforts.
Social Return on Investment
Social Return on Investment (SROI) is a methodology that measures and quantifies the social value of an investment. This methodology uses social, environmental and economic indicators to give a cost-benefit analysis of a project or program. Calculating the social return of your investments helps reduce economic inequality, environmental degradation and improves community welfare.
SROI workshop activities:
- Conducting a stakeholder analysis to identify influential parties and beneficiaries.
- Building financial proxies to assess and quantify current and potential impacts of projects
- Creating an Impact Map to identify and evaluate inputs, and clarify and enumerate outcomes
- Calculating your actual Social Return on Investment
- Using your SROI ratio in reporting and validating projects
Project Design and Management
Social impact projects generate positive results in socially, economically and environmentally. To achieve this impact, it is important to design and manage projects efficiently and professionally. The E2E Foundation offers workshops that teaches participants tools used by multinational organizations to design and manage projects. This workshop can be customized depending on the needs of the organization.
Project Design and Management workshop activities:
- Conduct effective community needs assessments.
- Problem tree construction to determine the scope of issues, and identify the central problem your project will focus on.
- How to apply the Results Framework to advance from a problem to identifying anticipated results.
- Development of a Logical Framework to design, monitor, and evaluate project activities.
- Presentation of other relevant tools in the project design process.