Impact Measurement ™
Impact Measurement ™ delivers a range of products and services for social, economic, and environmental benefit. All of the products are integrated to produce a complete solution for private, public and third sector organisations needing to improve their supply chain management and corporate performance.
We do this by:
• Leading thinking
• Turning policy into practice
• Developing models and tools to assess and assist implementation
• Using innovation as a catalyst to deliver change
Our focus is on the delivery of practical, cost effective, outcome focused solutions that enable the translation of policy into practice; and by doing so to deliver objective and auditable evidence of beneficial impact to communities from the change that results.
To be effective we embed both cultural and operational change within and across sectors. We recognise that change has to be implemented at every level from strategic thinking to policy implementation and embedded practice. All elements of sustainable practice need to be in place and different levels need different skills and tools to help to embed beneficial change.
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Enables organisations to merge multiple data sources and types to identify strategic sustainability and key opportunities.
LM3 Supply Chain Manager
Calculates an organisations economic impact on its communities and manages supply chains by identifying best and worst performing suppliers, tracking supplier performance across different contracts and over time and monitoring progress against targets quarterly, annually, or by project.
Private and community sector users can use the tool to demonstrate indicative economic and employment impacts of their approach for the local economy providing a competitive advantage and an evidence base for community benefit.
Specifically commissioned by a leading agency to track procurement impacts across all elements of sustainability (economic, environmental, and social). Then to use the individual contract data to measure organisational performance against key performance indicators.
Social Tool organiser
Developed for South Tyneside matches procurement classification systems against a library of social clauses to maximise sustainability and community impact of procurements.
The Cupboard provides a framework for procurement professionals to find case studies, tools, primary documents, and contacts to deliver on multiple public sector targets.