How To Develop An Impact Measurement System That Actually Works For Your Organization

As we make progress on the Sustainable Development Goals, impact measurement matters more than ever.

Why It Matters

Despite several methods being used in the sector today, many organizations still struggle to meaningfully track and report impact. Why? There’s a need for measurement approaches that are standardized enough to be meaningful, yet contextual and flexible enough to account for unique impacts. Sara Olsen, founder of SVT Group, gives us an impact measurement primer.

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