Impact measurement is a critical tool for ensuring that every dollar raised from grants, investors, or individuals achieves maximum effect. Measurement either already is, or should be a component of your organization's learning strategy.
In this course, experienced non-profit consultant Henry Barmeier of The Bridgespan Group demystifies the strategy and process of measurement. Organizations of any size will benefit from the step-by-step methodology for designing and executing a measurement approach outlined in this course.
This course focuses on developing the questions measurement will answer, identifying the best measurement methodology, and analyzing the data you produce.
Video Lessons: 21
Total Video Length: 1 hour 45 minutes
Estimated Activity Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Total Course Length: 2 hours 15 minutes
Henry Barmeier is a consultant in the San Francisco office of The Bridgespan Group, a nonprofit advising firm. Since joining Bridgespan in 2012, Henry has worked on strategy consulting projects with direct service organizations and foundations, on issues ranging from youth employment to healthy democracy to K-12 education. He also leads Bridgespan's work with online learning tools and platforms for Bridgespan's nonprofit executive team development program.
As a volunteer in the San Francisco community, Henry has worked with an entrepreneur from Mexico to start a successful catering company.
Henry studied public policy and Spanish as an undergraduate at Princeton, and earned graduate degrees in environmental management and comparative education at Oxford, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. Henry is an avid runner, hiker, and podcast listener.