Impact reporting – what impact is being made?

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Simon Morley
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CASS Business School
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Explores impact reporting and the challenges for charities of assessing and reporting their impact tin their field, using survey and secondary research methods.  Also features detailed data appendices.

The New Economic Foundation (nef) report “Unintended consequences” (Ryan-Collins, J., Sanfilippo, L., 2007) identifies “myths” that underpin the government’s efficiency drive. This includes:

The easily measured financial indicators of efficiency are dominating the harder-tomeasure indicators of effectiveness – particularly those of wider social and environmental benefits that are essential to good local services

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