Data & analytics leader Jane Moran will bolster insights capabilities and help clients optimize ESG performance
CALGARY, Alberta, March 23, 2021, /3BL Media/ -- Benevity, Inc., the leading provider of global corporate purpose software, today announced Jane Moran will be joining the company’s executive leadership team on April 12, 2021 as its new Chief Data Officer. Jane will lead a growing team at Benevity responsible for bolstering data, analytics and measurement capabilities, as well as continuing to scale its suite of products and services.
“You can’t manage what you can’t measure,” runs the old business adage. Conversely, good metrics and data can help you make better management decisions, develop effective strategies and monitor progress.
Measuring sustainability, though, isn’t easy. While it may be simple enough to quantify the financial performance of a producer, a supply chain business, an economic sector or a local area, getting reliable data on the various aspects of their environmental impact or social contribution is far more complex.
The private, public, and social sectors have long been stuck on how to define the value of donated time – the inspirational stories and output reporting we’ve all relied on just don’t tell the whole story. Common Impact was ready for a better way, so we worked closely with the measurement experts at True Impact to move beyond outputs and look at the real value-add volunteerism – and in particular, skilled volunteerism – can deliver for communities.
Report, in partnership with True Impact, defines how to develop and measure high-leverage volunteer projects
BROOKLYN, N.Y., October 8, 2020 /3BL Media/ – New methods of measuring volunteerism can more accurately capture and strengthen the value of volunteer hours, according to a new report from Common Impact, a national nonprofit and leader in skills-based volunteerism.
New Metrics 19 program features Nasdaq, CDP, Vanguard, Moody’s, WWF, Microsoft and others
SAN FRANCISCO, September 25, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Sustainable Brands® recently unveiled program details for New Metrics’19: Next-Generation Goals & Reporting, scheduled for November 18-20 in Philadelphia, PA.
November 6th, join important dialogue to move social enterprise forward in Ontario!
International impact measurement provocateur Jeremy Nicholls and Ontario's Trillium Foundation's Blair Dimock - a leader deeply engaged in the evolving impact measurement agenda - will explore how the act of impact measurement can shift from a 'means to an end', to a door opening conversation designed to move social enterprise strategy forward.
How to start measuring the impact of your business to advance the Sustainable Development Goals.
by Rabayl Mirza, Impact Management Specialist at the Business Call to Action
Impact measurement can be challenging if you have never done it before and don’t know where to start. Even the savviest professionals sometimes find it hard to choose between various tools, methodologies and frameworks available. Truth is, knowing what impact you’re making doesn’t have to be complicated. We have identified a few simple things anyone can do to kickstart impact measurement:
by Vava Angwenyi, Founder & Chief Coffaholic Vava Coffee; Co-founder & Director Gente Del Futuro
I write this reeling from the recent surge in market visibility for women coffee farmers in Kenya’s Rift Valley. These women have been working tirelessly to improve coffee quality, increase volumes to record highs and diversify their revenue streams to include freshly-roasted packaged coffee.