• Seanna Davidson

is it possible to measure systems change?

video: skoll world forum

from the website:


Social entrepreneurs, funders, business, and civil society leaders want to create systemic impact. But how can we best measure progress towards systems change? In this interactive workshop, participants will dive into case studies and explore different approaches to addressing this question. Attendees will walk away with a stronger understanding of both the challenges of capturing systemic impact and how they might apply new measurement methodologies in their own systems work.


Alex Nicholls Professor of Social Entrepreneurship, Skoll Centre for Social EntrepreneurshipAlex is the first tenured professor in social entrepreneurship appointed at the University of Oxford. Alex is also a Tutorial Fellow and Member of the Governing Body at Harris Manchester College…Read Full Bio

Anna Birney Director, School of System Change, Forum for the FutureAnna is Director at Forum for the Future where she leads their systems change capacity building work. She found the School of System Change which seeks to build an international learning community of…Read Full Bio

Peter Drobac Director, Skoll Centre for Social EntrepreneurshipA global health physician and social entrepreneur, Peter Drobac is the Director of the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford Saïd Business School. The Skoll Centre promotes social innovation…

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