How to articulate and assess what success looks like
The Social Profit Handbook offers those who lead, govern, and support mission-driven organisations and businesses new ways to assess their impact in order to improve future work rather than merely judge past performance.
For-profit institutions measure their success primarily by monetary gains. But nonprofit institutions are different; they aim for social profit. How do you measure the success of these social profit institutions, where missions are focused on the well-being of people, place, and planet?
The Social Profit Handbook presents assessment and evaluation not as ends in themselves but as the path toward achieving what matters most in the social sector. The result: more benefits to society and stronger, more unified, more effective organisations prepared to make the world a better place.
Chelsea Green Publishing
Paperback, b&w, 192 pages.
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