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Tuesday, March 19 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Shared Measurement and Learning Systems

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Recent years have seen several efforts to develop innovative systems for reporting the performance, measuring the outcomes, and coordinating the efforts of many social enterprises within a field. By developing shared approaches to performance, outcome, or impact measurement across multiple organizations, funders who share goals can improve learning among grantees and funders alike as well as increase efficiency in grantee reporting. This session explores the benefits of different types of models of collaborative work around evaluation, the elements that make these systems successful, and explores one example in depth: GrapeVine, which links the silos of Jewish life in a community to maximize retention of Jews along their Jewish journey and offers opportunity for funders, agencies and organizations to make strategic decisions based on real data.


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Sacha Litman

CEO, GrapeVine
Sacha Litman is the CEO of GrapeVine, a data aggregation, predictive analytics, and targeted marketing engine for the Jewish community now in four communities. He is also and founder and managing director of Measuring Success, a firm that combines quantitative tools, advanced... Read More →
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Jennifer Splansky

Senior Consultant, FSG
Jennifer Splansky is a senior consultant in the San Francisco office of FSG, a global nonprofit consulting firm specializing in strategy, evaluation and research. Jennifer is one of the firm's leaders in collective impact and shared measurement, has worked with several clients... Read More →


Tuesday March 19, 2013 10:45am - 12:00pm
Brighton Room Beverly Hilton

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