The Seven Principles of Social Value help guide the process to identify and measure the total value created by a program and/or an activity. They help measure and maximize total value. Continue reading The Seven Principles of Social Value
The Seven Principles of Total Value are a principle based framework for accounting for, measuring and managing total value. They have been drawn from principles underlying social accounting and audit, sustainability reporting, cost benefit analysis, financial accounting, and evaluation practice. They are generally accepted social accounting principles. Continue reading The Principles of Total Value
Link Group is one of Scotland’s leading social housing, regeneration and support organizations, providing services to 10,000 families and individuals in 26 Scottish local authority areas. They were formed in 1962 to provide housing for rent to low income earners and for people with specific housing needs including the elderly and people with disabilities. Continue reading See how one housing group in Scotland is getting value from TROI …
Do you know the total value that your program creates for all its stakeholders? Beyond the financial benefits of increased revenue and/or reduced costs, what other benefits does your program create for all the people and organizations that impact and are impacted by your program? Can you measure it?
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So if we say total value is important and we should identify and measure it, the question you must be asking is why? What are the benefits of total value? There are many benefits of total value, some of which we highlight below. However, we will expand on so many more benefits in our Case Studies as we go along. Continue reading The Benefits of Measuring Total Value