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Day 1 - Thursday 2nd May, 2019
In this session, you’ll get to know who’s in the room and what challenges they face when it comes to measuring and evaluating social outcomes. The group will get a chance to discuss and set some goals they want to achieve and get out of the masterclass.
- Digital data collection, storage and reporting
- Complexity-aware outcomes measurement
- Evaluating systems changes
- Place-Based-Shared Measurement Frameworks
- Why measure outcomes? For who and for what use?
- Making your approach fit for purpose
- Linking measurement to decision making and planning
- Weighing up the different measurement tools and frameworks
- Deciding which method to apply and being strategic in your execution
- Using outcomes data to improve services and leverage funding
- Examining new digital tools and methods that support effective measurement practices
- Better managing data collection and storage to improve data sharing and linkage
- Automating feedback and creating quicker feedback loops to meet the needs of your stakeholders
- Addressing privacy concerns
Review and consolidate the key learnings from today and surface questions. Attendees will be asked to share projects, data and measurement and evaluation challenges to crowdsource key areas of focus for the next days session.
Day 2 - Friday 3rd May, 2019
- Co-designing outcomes between your stakeholders
- Communicaticating the value of the work you do
- Understanding what your community values are
Using the tried and tested ‘Case consultation’ method, this Interactive session will provide the opportunity to deep dive into participants current challenges. You will get the chance to have personal case consultation through expert and peer review.
In this session, participants will get the opportunity to consolidate all key learnings across the masterclass and develop an action plan moving forward as well as workshop any outside outstanding or emerging challenges raised throughout the two days. The facilitator will provide insights from her toolkit based on the groups needs.
As a Principal Consultant of Clear Horizon, Jen has highly developed program design, monitoring and evaluation skills, including qualitative and quantitative research methods, and is experienced in developing data management systems and data dashboard solutions for social change.
Jen is experienced in co-design, delivery and evaluation of collaborations working with complex and wicked social problems including poverty, homelessness, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and development, school to work transitions and school readiness in vulnerable communities.
She is skilled and trained in a range of reporting and communication formats to engage and mobilise communities and stakeholders to improve practice and is a sought-after facilitator and trainer to improve knowledge and skills in the areas of design and evaluation, especially in cross-sector collaborations and has excellent relationship management and interpersonal skills, with experience working with individuals from a range of NGOs, corporations, charitable organisations and government agencies.