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ANDE ESEA Metrics Learning Lab#2: Impact Management with Social Value UK
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ANDE ESEA Metrics Learning Lab#2: Impact Management with Social Value UK

Join us at a half-day workshop delivered by Social Value UK, as part of Social Value International. The workshop will provide attendees with an introduction to the key aspects associated with impact measurement and management.

7/5/2019
When: Friday, July 5, 2019
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Where: Asia Centre - at Phayathai Plaza Building
128/183, Phayathai Plaza Building, 17th Floor, Phayathai Road, Thung-Phayathai, Rachatewi
Bangkok 10400
Thailand
Contact: Sarita Worravitudomsuk
+6691 009 1590


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ANDE East & Southeast Asia

Metrics Learning Lab Series #2


Friday, July 5th | 9:00 AM - 13:00 PM

 

Asia Centre at Phayathai Plaza Building | Bangkok, Thailand

 

17th Floor, Phayathai Plaza Building
Close to Phaya Thai BTS Station (Exit 1) - 
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Impact management’s time has come. There is a growing understanding and convergence globally that we are living in a time where measuring and managing impact is essential. Actors such as governments, investors, intermediaries, enterprises and individuals recognize the need to measure, communicate and manage the impacts of our work.

If you are part of this growing movement and want to find out more about how to measure and manage the impacts of your work, then this is the workshop for you!

The workshop will be hosted by Dr. Adam Richards from Social Value International, the world’s leading network body that represents individuals and organisations interested in social value and social impacts. Social Value International are one of the lead strategic partners in the Impact Management Project and are recognized globally as the home of the Social Return on Investment (SROI) methodology and delivered training and strategic projects globally.

Adam will draw on over 10 years-experience to share insights on how we can effectively measure and manage impacts – helping not only to measure and communicate the impacts of our work, but also how we can improve them. This means changing the lives of people more effectively!

The workshop will be very interactive, with activities designed to allow you to think about your own context and examine your current approach to that of global best practice. 

 

 

Agenda:

8:30 AM - Registration

 

9:00 AM - Opening Remarks

 

9:10 AM - Introduction: What is social impact and why are we interested?

 


Module 1 – Purpose of impact management

        Examine the purpose of impact management – what it is, and why we should do it

        Identify the impact questions needed to account for impact – the fundamental dimensions of impact necessary for us to measure and manage impact

 

Module 2 – Plan and goals

       Explore how a Theory of Change can help with an impact management strategy

       Learn how to construct an effective Theory of Change at investor level and enterprise level 

 

11:00 AM - Coffee Break

 

11:15 AM 

Module 3 – Plan and outcomes

       Examine the importance of involving stakeholders to identify outcomes of activities

       Explore the risks and opportunities that qualitative data provides.

       Introduce the critical importance of targets

 

Module 4 – Do and collect

       Examine the importance of quantifying outcomes – how to measure how much has changed in the lives of people

       Introduce the ability to effectively value the relative importance of changes to the lives of people

       Consider the importance of understanding the impact that our activities create – asking how much we have contributed

       Explore the RISKS and opportunities that quantitative data provides.

 

Module 5 – Review and revise (Using insights to consider changes)

       Examine how data insights can provide options for improving impact

       Introduce the essential requirements for embedding a culture of impact measurement and management 

 

13:00 PM - Lunch and Networking (lunchbox & refreshment will be provided)

 

 

 

About the Speaker:

 

Dr Adam Richards | Projects, Research & Training Manager | Social Value UK (SVUK)

 

 

Adam joined SVUK in 2016 as Senior Researcher on the European Commission project SPRINT to apply the principles of social value to long-term care for frail older people across 11 European states. Before joining SVUK he lectured at universities for over 10 years and has a PhD from Liverpool John Moores University investigating the legitimising effects of SROI in a social enterprise. Adam has worked with a number of organisations to help them better understand, measure and manage their social impacts. He is also a member of SVUK’s UK Council and acts as a critical friend to the FRC Group, as part of their Social Value Sub-Committee. Currently, as well as working at SVUK, Adam also works with Mantel Gwynedd, the County Voluntary Council for Gwynedd, North Wales, to embed social value into their practices and assist their members.

 

 


 

About ANDE East & Southeast Asia's Metrics Learning Lab Series:

This Learning Lab provides a space to discuss and collaborate on measurement practices among ANDE members and partners, including standardization of metrics, developing evidence-based practices for our field, using impact data to make decisions, and creating a culture of measurement in East and Southeast Asia. 

For those who missed our Metrics Learning Lab Launch on "Aligning Expectations on Impact Measurement", check out the following resources:


 

Registration Fee:

  • ANDE Members: Free!
    *Note: If you are an ANDE member, please login to ANDE member portal to get a free ticket. 
    If you are unable to login, please contact us.
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  • Non-ANDE Members: $35 USD (pay online via credit card) or 1,000 Thai baht (pay by bank transfer) 
    *
    Please transfer the fee, and send the proof of payment to our team by Monday, July 1st to confirm your attendance. 
    Account No: 091-0-25526-1
    Bank: Krungthai Bank (KTB)
    Account Name: Social2


    Note: We will not be able to accommodate any walk-in participants.


  

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