Resources and examples
Access practical tools and templates for impact management
As part of its consensus-building efforts for good impact measurement and management, the IMP has developed practical guidance, partnered with organisations to develop case studies, and championed others whose measurement and management approach demonstrates the norms agreed through the IMP. This page of resources and examples has been developed to support enterprises and investors working to better understand their impacts on people and the planet.
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- Reports and case studies that demonstrate the integration of the IMP norms into an enterprise or investor’s impact measurement and management practice
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Snowball’s report analyses the additional impact which the fund managers in its portfolio bring to the investments in their portfolios. Snowball surveyed 21 fund managers across its five categories of manager impact and moderated the managers’ self-assessed scores against its own proprietary impact framework, which was in part informed by the impact management norms.
Five global organisations, whose frameworks, standards and platforms guide the majority of sustainability and integrated reporting, announce a shared vision of what is needed for progress towards comprehensive corporate reporting – and the intent to work together to achieve it.
GROW uses social-franchising to establish financially sustainable Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres in disadvantaged communities across South Africa. This impact report – and accompanying impact statement – use the impact management norms to understand and track the performance of GROW’s impacts on its stakeholders.
IMPのワーキンググループ、Impact Frontiers Collaborationが公表した、「Impact-Financial Integration: A Handbook for Investors」の概要を日本語訳したものです。インパクト投資時のインパクト評価と財務評価の統合をどのように考えるべきか、投資家による実務的な課題と提案がまとまっています。
Quona Capital illustrates how the impact management norms were used to understand the impact of its fintech investments to support financial inclusion in emerging markets.
This paper examines the IMP Practitioner Community’s views on what six elements of impact management can (or can’t) be standardised, following the discussions on the IMP’s discussion forum and corresponding huddles.
This document summarises the conversations that took place with the IMP’s Practitioner Community around the usage, benefits and challenges of impact ratings.
The IMP convened its Practitioner Community to debate the challenges and merits of impact monetisation, which are summarised in this discussion document.
This webinar explores the key impact-financial integration concepts and methods developed by the Impact Frontiers Collaboration, and how they were applied to Calvert Impact Capital’s impact management processes.
This short study aims to support organisations with their impact management strategies by signposting to a variety of available frameworks and guidance.
Impact Frontiers, an initiative of the IMP, is pioneering new ways to integrate impact management with financial management – now summarised in this investor handbook.
Kempen’s second publicly disclosed impact report summarises the impact that GIP is achieving at the level of the Fund, the underlying fund investments and at the investees level.
This debut impact report shows how nebenan used the norms agreed via the IMP to understand its social impacts and estimate the monetary value of those impacts.
This webinar explains how enterprises can engage with stakeholder and use their feedback to inform decision-making.
Israel’s largest impact investment fund has published its first annual impact report as part of its efforts to increase transparency and contribute to the mainstreaming of investing for impact.
This one-pager outlines how Akina and its partners think about how impact influences financial returns, and how this may affect different investment strategies.
This webinar details the process of classifying the different types of impact that investments have – and signposts to the materials that can guide investors through this process.
This report explores the basic concepts of impact measurement and their relevance to the Japanese market.
Many of Stanford’s students have used the impact management norms to help research how its Seed companies across Africa and India are contributing to the SDGs.