Friday, 21 July 2017

OR in the Third Sector SIG are hosting an Impact Measurement session

Involved in, interested in, or intrigued by the third sector?

We have an event that may be for you if you’re an O.R professional looking to explore methodology and utilise your professional skills to help the third sector. The event also welcomes anyone from charitable organisations looking to begin, or advance, your journey on impact measurement. We can provide the knowledge and skills to help you develop your own practical understanding of the topics and simplify the decision making process. 

Pro Bono O.R. have teamed up with the economics charity, Pro Bono Economics, and charity think tank and consultancy New Philanthropy Capital, to provide a half day workshop on the topic of Impact Measurement. Impact measurement can differ in perspective, approach and purpose. O.R impact measurement can help an organisation decide what is relevant, efficient and most effective.

Speakers include Mark Graham, Pro Bono Economics, and Rosie McLeod, New Philanthropy Capital, who will be hosting an interactive session based on participants’ interests. The afternoon session will include talks from David Wrigley, Orvis Consulting, Jamie Douglas, DWP, and Sam Mackay and John Newman, Apteligen; who will be feeding back the lessons they’ve learnt from Pro Bono O.R projects looking at impact measurement, and the experience of receiving Pro Bono O.R. support in a large regional charity.

When? Wednesday 25th October 
Time? 1:30pm-5pm
Where? Central London

To sign up to the event, for free, then head to: 
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/or-in-the-third-sector-sig-impact-measurement-session-tickets-36435271879?ref=estw 

For any queries, please contact Hope Meadows (hope.meadows@theorsociety.com)