Join Peter Scholten, Chair of the EVPA Working Group on Performance Measurement, for a half day workshop on an Introduction to Social Performance Measurement (SPM).
- General introduction to the history and background of SPM in philanthropic organizations, social enterprises and nonprofits. To include an overview of different methodologies. Participants will learn about best practices through case studies.
- The second part will focus on the most important issues when starting with SPM: including the logic model, setting objectives, SPM-frameworks, verification, valuation, etc. What time and money resources are needed to start working on PM?
More detailed information on SPM can be shared, either in closing networking sessions or during the lectures.
|0930 hrs||Registration opens|
|1000hrs – 1200hrs||Social Performance Measurement Part 1|
|1200hrs – 1300hrs||Break for lunch|
|1300hrs – 1500hrs||Social Performance Measurement Part 2|
|1500hrs – 1600hrs||Wrap-up, closing remarks and networking session|
Price: US$50 for AVPN Members. US$80 for non-members
Bio of workshop leader
Peter Scholten (1959) is an independent international consultant specializing in social entrepreneurship and bridging the gap between non-profits and for-profits. His fields of expertise include business planning, social investing, performance measurement and earned income strategies. His clients include major for-profits, smaller non-profits and investors and foundations all over the world. In the Asia context, Peter has lectured in the Philippines (AIM, Philrice) and Malaysia (Mosti) on performance measurement.
He was chair of the EVPA-working group on performance measurement in Europe and has published several books on performance measurement and related topics. Peter is one of the initiators of the webtool Social-Evaluator (www.socialevaluator.eu), and developed the ValueGame® in 2010 (www.valuegame.org).
Before starting his own consultancy, Peter worked with social enterprises in the Netherlands for 25 years. He received his MBA at Rotterdam School of Management and studied in the USA (Atlanta and Harvard).