CSR is not Charity. CSR is not Philanthropy
CSR is a social investment of time and money for our collective future.
We consider ‘social investment’ to be any investment a company makes to contribute to society that is not motivated to generate profits.
We are a Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) firm based out of Bangalore, providing services to Foundations & Corporates to evaluate, measure & account for the impact of CSR projects in the social development sphere.
We are a group of experts from diverse fields bringing together our experience for impactful implementation of projects.
We provide research material on sectors along with need assessment surveys for better decision making.
We bring understanding of best practices in the industry & knowledge of the ecosystem.
Training and retaining
Leverage our expertise & avoid duplication in hiring, training and retaining CSR staff.
ORGANISATIONS WE WORK WITH
Global communication technology company with sales over $3.7 b
Global automobile manufacturer with sales over $ 169 b
Multinational financial services company with revenues over $15 b
Measurement, however, is low priority until it is understood.
Time & Money being the biggest challenge.
“Measurement that don’t lead to meaningful action, aren’t just useless, they’re
wasteful”– Jim Clemmer
“If you cant measure it, you cant manage it
– Peter Drucker”
“Measurement is the first step that leads to control and eventually to improvement”
– James Harrington
Not everything that counts can be counted and not everything that can be counted
counts – Albert Einstein
What gets measured
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