Nonprofits and funders alike are striving for high social-impact and sustainability. But what does that mean, and how are they best measured? How do the current performance measurement-standards affect you?
Do you leverage management strategies to advance your mandate?
A partnership between the University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Management and Vectors Group, the Non-Profit Management Lab (NML) is an initiative to connect academia and stakeholders within the non-profit sector to investigate and develop best practices in non-profit management and performance measurement. One of the components of the initiative is a series of workshops that provide free professional development opportunities for nonprofits and serve as a discussion and networking platform for stakeholders within the non-profit sector. Join network
• Benefit from free professional development sessions
• Provide your input to researchers
• Share perspectives between nonprofits, government and other funders
• Stay up to date with research findings on non-profit management and performance measurement
• Network with stakeholders within the non-profit sector
November 27th, 2018 –
Research Coordinator, Centre for Business Analytics and Performance
Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa
(613) 562-5800 ext. 8827
The Non-Profit Management Lab (NML) is part of the Centre for Business Analytics and Performance (CBAP) at the University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Management. CBAP’s mandate is to explore the use of analytics to improve organizational performance, particularly in the government and non-profit sectors. For more information, visit CBAP’s web page.