Webinar: How Nonprofits Can Leverage Randomized Evaluation Tools & Measure Social Impact Effectively – Feb 24
Posted by Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) on February 2, 2021
Cost and complexities are the two major hurdles in measuring social impact for a social sector organization.
This 90-minute interactive SSIR Live! webinar (available on-demand later) 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. Participants will get exposure to tools that can help them improve their organization’s ability to experiment cost effectively, and learn how to design adaptive experiments more efficiently. Reserve your spot today!
The live session will address burning issues like:
- How randomized evaluation can go beyond just counting “before vs. after” to better customize services to the needs of individuals
- Why leaders sometimes ask the wrong questions about measurement
- How much and what kind of data allows effective personalization through experiments
- How you can use the results of experiments to better tell the story of your organization’s impact
Date and Time: Wednesday, February 24, 2021, 2-3:30 p.m.
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