Networks are increasingly prevalent in the social change sector. Many of us have invested time and resources in network development on the assumption that networks are important vehicles to advance our goals.
But how do we know if our networks are really working?
and what can we do to improve their performance?
Network Evaluation: Cultivating Healthy Networks for Social Change is written by the Centre for Social Innovation and the Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation. This imaginative book explores the unique character of networks and offers a new framework for assessing their impact. It’s goal: to further empower the success of networks that are making a difference.Button Text Button Text