Skillshare Breakfast: Impact Measurement – Where Do I Begin?
So your fancy social business idea SOUNDS great, but are you actually helping anyone? Whether its sceptical friends, curious investors, or that little voice in your head, this is probably not the first time you’ve encountered this question. Now’s the time to start answering it, and who best to support us than Peter Vandor, Senior Researcher and Co-founder of the Social Entrepreneurship Center at WU Vienna and the mastermind behind the Impact Hub Global Member Survey.
🔥 What will you learn about at this Skillshare Breakfast?
- Identifying the right questions to ask of yourself, your business, and your beneficiaries
- Choosing the right way to ask your key questions
- Interpreting the answers you get
- Case study: a behind-the-scenes look at how Impact Hub evaluates how much impact we really have, plus a SNEAK PEAK at some of this year’s Member Survey Results
About our Presenter:
Peter Vandor is a senior researcher and lecturer at WU Vienna, co-founder and head of the Social Entrepreneurship Center, and founder and academic director of the Social Impact Award, a capacity building programme for young social entrepreneurs in Europe, Central Asia and East Africa. At WU Vienna he established the first academic course on social entrepreneurship in Austria. He has also led 100+ collaboration projects around research, capacity building, impact assessment and innovation, with partners such as the United Nations Development Programme, the Austrian Ministry of Social Affairs, Fraunhofer Ventures, Robert Bosch Foundation and CERN. In 2012 he was nominated as Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum.
About Skillshare Breakfasts:
This event series is supported by aws Creative Impact.
aws Creative Impact promotes innovative new products and services that have the potential to have a positive social and industry-specific impact beyond company boundaries.
Also in 2021 we continue introducing you hot topics and skills that will help you on your path to reach the SDG´´ S until 2030!
Based on the OECD Learning Compass 2030, we’ve identified 10 skills needed for changemakers to make the Sustainable Development Goals 2030 a reality. Each of our Skillshare Breakfasts this year will focus on one of these skills to help you create a world that works for all. Curious? Learn more here: https://www.oecd.org/education/2030-project/