Actionable Impact Management Framework – Groundwork

Actionable Impact Management highlights a data-driven process for impact measurement and assessment developed by SoPact. Published in collaboration with Melbourn Business School & Asia Pacific Social Impact Centre, this four-step guide is tailored to the social sector, and leverages both technological and social impact expertise. Its greatest utility is that it is actionable for realistic implementation. It has four volumes viz. Groundwork, Metrics, Data and Communication. Each one takes you one step closer to creating a measurement and management framework for your impact investment.Check out the complete guide with all four volumes.
Title: Actionable Impact Management Framework – Groundwork
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Author: Unmesh Seth
Genre: Sociology Books
Release: 201X
Page(Chapter): 28
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Actionable Impact Management (AIM) is designed to assist in defining an
internal organizational framework. This is executed by establishing an
enduring impact measurement process which is primarily data and
outcome oriented. AIM’s objective is to outline a roadmap for your
organization to follow in the hopes to reaching a point where you are able
to more accurately and effectively communicate your impact to multiple

Impact Management refers to an organization’s ability to define an impact
framework that is practical and enduring and translate insights through
effective communication on impact via your website, reports, content
generation, etc.

Actionable Impact Management is not intended for grant management or
the monitoring of activities. This guide is not a deep-dive into the theoretical
considerations of the processes but will reference additional resources for
those that want to gain more substantial insights into any of the topic
areas. Each organization is unique in its own entity, therefore AIM is not
intended to serve as a one-size-fits-all practice.

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  • Metrics
  • Data
  • Communication

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