Tracking the Social Enterprise's Social Performance

The demand for metrics to evaluate social impact has never been stronger, and that demand comes from all quarters. Donors and investors want to ensure that their gifts, grants and investments are directed at the most effective social programs. Policy makers and lawmakers seek to focus on the most worthwhile and impactful segments of social enterprise. Government budget officials need to allocate funds among those social enterprises which most effectively tackle social problems. And, perhaps most important, social entrepreneurs themselves, along with their boards and other leaders, need to make informed decisions about their ventures based on hard empirical data.

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