Aleron (Third Sector Consulting)

Aleron (Third Sector Consulting)

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  • Access Impact Management Programme

    Aleron is delighted to have been appointed an approved provider for the new two-year Impact Management Programme, funded by the Access Foundation and Power to Change. The Impact Management Programme aims to build the capacity of charities and social enterprises to manage their impact, with an ultimate view to helping them access social investment and/or build their commissioned income. The program...

  • Driving Impact Through Networks – Briefing Paper

    “Alone we can do little; together we can do so much” Organisations are increasingly realising the power of networks to create the greatest impact for society. Working collaboratively with a network of partners can increase your reach, generate efficiencies and stimulate innovation. Yet, approaches to working in networks vary widely and each approach has a unique set of associated challenges. In ou...

  • Network Impact Event, 1st December 2016

    On the 1st of December 2016, Aleron and Sinzer co-hosted an event bringing together over 50 leaders from charities, foundations, investors, and peak bodies to discuss network impact. At the event a range of experts from frontline practice, investment, and research backgrounds shared their first-hand experience, practical lessons, and reflections on the future of impact in networks. Four key themes...

  • Taking control of your analytics journey

    by Nicolas Ponset, Chief Executive at Aleron The quantity of data being generated each year is increasing exponentially. The opportunity to use data to transform how organisations operate, manage talent, and create value is growing at a similar rate. But, data on its own doesn’t provide executives and other decision makers with valuable insights. In fact, when a coherent approach to data collectio...

  • The Rise of Network Impact Measurement

    by Angela Wu and Jill Carman, Consultants at Aleron It is common for organisations to overlook their wider impact beyond their beneficiaries and on other organisations and the extended community. Capturing wider impact and knock-on effects is important and can help you understand the real value of your work. Many charities are starting to see the benefits of measuring their impact within a bigger ...

  • Charity fundraising: responding to turbulent times

    by Jasper Joyce, Consultant at Aleron It has been a turbulent twelve months for charity fundraising. Across the UK fundraising sector as a whole, several examples of poor fundraising practice have been exposed, and there has been much debate about what constitutes acceptable fundraising activity. Following this prolonged wave of significant public, media and political attention, The Charity Commis...

  • How can Scottish charities overcome the challenge of declining public trust?

    by Christine Corlet-Walker, Consultant at Aleron (Scotland) In June, Scottish Charity Regulator OSCR released its research findings from The Scottish Charity Surveys 2016. The report highlighted a decline in the public’s trust in Scottish charities in 2016. This came shortly after similar findings were uncovered through a UK wide Charity Commission report conducted by Populus, Public Trust and Con...

Aleron (Third Sector Consulting)

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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  • Beyond Collaboration: Can impact define a sector?

    by Jasper Joyce, Consultant at Aleron   Last week we attended an inspiring workshop of youth leaders discussing and debating ‘collective impact’. Collective Impact is a concept and approach that is increasingly capturing the imagination of the social sector, funding community and governments alike. In a sentence, collective impact is the commitment of a group of important actors from different sec...

  • Helping young people make the most of their education

    by Christine Corlet Walker, Consultant at Aleron Over recent weeks there has been extensive policy debate on what makes for a good education. Should schools focus on attainment? Is selection within the education system beneficial for young people? Should we return to the past to look for answers in today’s education system? Through our work with social enterprises we see a new wave of ideas and ap...

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