Good practice case studies

  • Date of release: 2013
  • Type: Guidance & research reports
  • Difficulty: Very Easy
  • Cost: Free
  • Developer/Author: Evaluation Support Scotland

Learning from examples is a key part of improving your own impact practice. This report from Evaluation Support Scotland profiles three organisations with a pioneering approach to impact measurement to help others identify what good impact measurement looks like.

The content of the report draws on formal research and face-to-face interviews with individuals from Scottish charities, who have responsibility for measuring the impact of their organisation’s work.

The three charities featured in this report were chosen as case studies on the basis that they are inspiring examples of good impact practice, and also for their efforts in promoting the case for adopting an impact approach. The Health and Social Care Alliance, Includem and Youth-Link (Dundee) are champions for Inspiring Impact’s Case for an Impact Approach and Code of Good Impact Practice.

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