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November 1, 2015
 

Stop Measuring Activities and Start Measuring Outcomes


Measuring outcomes is a way for nonprofits to demonstrate their value to the community, to stakeholders, and to funders. Outcomes are the results that show the change that the organization is able to affect through their programs and services. Nonprofit organizations can demonstrate their value in the following three ways: outcomes for individuals; outcomes for the organization (more collaborations and partnerships); and systemic outcomes (changed policies).

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As seen in the November 2015 issue of LeadTime.

 
 
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