You know that the programs and initiatives you are working on are making a difference, in the community and often to your company. What gets tricky, is how to prove it.
In order to prove it, you have to measure it. In order to measure it, you have to establish what information you need to collect, who will collect the information and how it will be gathered. Then you have to assemble and analyze the information in a manner that is considered defensible. In short, measurement is a huge undertaking. Nonetheless, you know you need to do and you know that it is being done successfully. We know that too.
On December 5, join us in Washington, D.C. for a day long Summit on measurement. The Measurement Summit will bring together all the stakeholders to discuss the different approaches being taken to measure both social and business impacts. You’ll hear how others are doing it, learn about different tools available to help the process, and walk away with insights on how to dive in if you have not yet started, or where to go next, if you’ve already gotten your feet wet.
This meeting would not be possible without KPMG, our host. Thank you!
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