SSIR Webinar Series for Nonprofits and Other Stakeholders in the Social Sector.
Posted by Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) on August 9, 2022
Program 1: How Social Sector Organizations Can Design “Human-Centered Connections” in the Digital Age
In this session, Holly May Mahoney and Matthew McStravick will share an effective framework—rooted in the principles of design thinking—to better enable social sector leaders to design human-centered connections in the experiences of their teams and their constituents.
Program 2: How Nonprofits Can Leverage Randomized Evaluation Tools & Measure Social Impact Effectively
In this program, Professor Susan Athey will outline how organizations can use digital technology to more easily conduct randomized experiments to measure impact, and demonstrate why randomized evaluation should become an essential part of every social sector leader’s strategic toolkit.
These are curated asynchronous video learning tools and will be highly beneficial to leaders and practitioners from nonprofits, philanthropic foundations, government organizations, and other stakeholders in the social sector.
Sign up today and gain access until February 28, 2023! Take advantage of additional savings when you register for both videos!
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