Abigail Rotheroe of New Philanthropy Capital provides examples of how funders are encouraging a shift from impact measurement towards impact management: using data to improve what you are doing.
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About the Author
Abigail Rotheroe is the Social Investment lead at New Philanthropy Capital.
She works with social investors and funders to help them measure their impact, and with charities and social enterprises considering social investment.
How could this help/improve services for young people?
An emphasis on managing impact can help charities use the data they are collecting to make constant improvements to their programmes and services.
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