Sept 28th: AVPN Workshop: Measuring Impact and Social Value Creation

by | Sep 15, 2017 | News/Event Page

Utilizing an impact assessment framework is essential in understanding your social value, whether you are a social investor or a social-purpose organisation. Knowing your impact helps your organisation strategize and make key decisions based on what matters, in order to deliver more impact to your beneficiaries.

This workshop will introduce some of the basics of social impact measurement and management and also address some of the common challenges in providing clear evidence for impact.

KEY TAKEAWAYS  

  1. An understanding of how effective impact management can quantifiably drive social innovation.
  2. Recognise the challenges in managing impact within organisations and across portfolios.
  3. Develop an impact assessment framework and discern steps needed in our own organisations to start optimising social impact.

COST  
AVPN Member: USD 50.00 (~IDR 660k)
Non-Member: USD 100.00 (~IDR 1.32m)

For more details, please contact membership@avpn.asia

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Jeremy Nicholls

CEO, Social Value International

Jeremy Nicholls is the Chief Executive of Social Value UK and Social Value International. Both are membership based organisations supporting principles as well as standards in accounting for social and environmental value.

He is also a Director of the FRC Group (a social business based in Liverpool), a member of the IRIS advisory committee, a contributor to the Social Stock Exchange admissions panel, on the ICAEW Assurance Panel, and a member of the Social Impact Measurement Sub-group of GECES for the EU. He has lectured at several universities including the Said Business School at Oxford University, Hult International Business School, and the University of Western Australia.

Kevin Teo

Managing Director, AVPN Knowledge Centre

Kevin leads the AVPN Knowledge Centre that produces a framework of practice areas for social investors. Prior to that, he Co-Founded Volans, a Social Innovation company with offices in London and Singapore. Kevin was previously Head of East and Southeast Asia at the Schwab Foundation of Social Entrepreneurship and Global Leadership Fellow at the World Economic Forum. He also had a nine year stint in the enterprise software arena in Silicon Valley, Irvine and Austin.

Kevin is a Trustee of the Southeast Asian Service Leadership Network (SEALNet), a non-profit he co-founded in 2004.

 

 

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