Socialsuite lists the most common misconceptions about ESG, and some takeaway actions for executives to consider.
ESG issues is essential for companies seeking investor dollars, regulatory approvals, and the social license to operate.
Widespread confusion reigns about what Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) actually is or ought to be.
Climate action is finally top of the agenda in Australia — a top priority for voters, for investors, and for corporate Australia.
Socialsuite explains the difference between the SDGs and ESG reporting.
It is vital that board members reflect on the types of disclosures that their investors seek, and respond with an established and compelling ESG narrative.
Covid-19 and how nonprofits can build resilience in the face of adversity
What is a Theory of Change? A Theory of Change refers to intended consequences using the concept of if-then.
Use Socialsuite to create a powerful Theory of Change for your organization
Introduce outcomes measurement to your nonprofit staff with Socialsuite social impact
Outcomes measurement for Social Service organizations
If your Board and leadership team is new to outcomes and social impact measurement, here are some simple talking points from Socialsuite
Socialsuite explains the difference between an Output and an Outcome in impact measurement
This article will cover two show-stopping features that would boost credibility in any outcomes report.
Hear from Socialsuite’s CEO, Brad Gurrie, on how Socialsuite brings ease and practically to fund managers and their portfolio companies.
Three ways a Purpose Statement can impact your organization.
Hear from Purpose Expert, Phil Preston, on the first indicator in the universal World Economic Forum’s ESG framework: Setting Purpose.
Changes to the workforce, the way services are delivered, funding and revenue have all affected a sector that is already resource constrained.
Having visibility of your program outcomes is a great way to learn what is working and what isn’t. Armed with this information, you learn how to continue.
Metrics help to quantify a program’s outcomes. They act as a signpost indicating whether change has occurred, and the direction of that change.
Getting your organization ready for outcomes measurement is an incredibly valuable process to ensure longevity of your outcomes journey.
Key success factors to measuring outcomes is the capacity, capability and commitment of an organization to implement change.
Data collection is the make-or-break stage of every outcomes measurement journey and requires the right tooling and systems to support.