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Nonprofit Skills and trade;: Measuring Progress for Board Members Nonprofit Skills and trade;: Measuring Progress for Board Members is a Course

Nonprofit Skills and trade;: Measuring Progress for Board Members

Time limit: 90 days

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Full course description

This course, aimed at nonprofit board members, is designed to help them understand and oversee the process for measuring nonprofit progress and performance. Self-paced and highly interactive, the course shows learners how to set appropriate organizational goals and how to use key performance indicators to measure the organization's progress. It details different ways of gathering information and analyzing data to measure desired outcomes, and it shows learners how to monitor and assess the progress of the board itself. It includes three case studies that allow learners to apply what they have learned to real-world situations, and it allows learners to download materials that they can use to measure their own organization's progress.


Learning Outcomes:

Describe the role of the board in measuring organizational progress

List some of the key performance indicators (KPIs) that board members use to assess their organizations

Choose appropriate outcomes and indicators to measure the impact of your nonprofit's programming

Decide whether your nonprofit should use an external evaluator

Apply the Common Outcome Framework to you organization's programming, using appropriate data-collection strategies to assess progress

Assess whether your organization can qualify for evidence-based funding, including the Pay for Success model

Explain how board members can monitor and assess their own progress

Explain ways that nonprofit boards communicate progress with stakeholders



IACET CEUs: 0.3 (Contact Hours: 3 hours)

HRCI Credits: 3 (Type: General)


CFRE Points: 3


Estimated time to complete: 3 hours