Maggie McCullough of PolicyMap discusses how organizations and individuals can use data to understand their impact on a community level.
Maggie Grieve of Success Measures discusses a collaborative approach to building powerful metrics and serving more than 600 community-based organizations.
Heron joins the discussion on SEC disclosures and the inclusion of sustainability factors that could help investors find companies with the best impacts on society.
This GIIN report, using data collected in the impact sector, finds that most investments perform as or better than expected.
The Pacific Standard highlights some key takeaways from census data on poverty and income inequality in the United States.
Annie Donovan of Coop Metrics explains why to some degree it doesn’t matter if a data point is about financial or impact data.
Annie Donovan, CEO of Coop Metrics discusses the difference between collecting financial and impact data, the two ends of the spectrum in impact data collection, and a model of the ideal.
In this highlight from our January webinar, panelist Jake Porway of Datakind argues that there isn’t a clear line between financial data and impact data.
Check out this web video with data experts discussing the challenges of mission-driven and finance-driven enterprise data.
Four enterprise-data experts discuss the possibilities opened up by applying for-profit strategies and tools to gather information in social change settings.