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
- Open source guidelines that enable organisations to better understand their impacts
- Academic papers or research articles that aim to advance progress in the area of ESG and impact measurement, management and disclosure
- Databases of research and evaluations around impact measurement and management, that promote best practice and transparency in reporting data.
This provides asset owners and managers with high-level step-by-step guidance to classify the impact of individual investment products.
Everyone knows that enterprises have enormous impacts on people and the planet, but what do investors specifically add to those impacts? The IMP is facilitating discussions around investor contribution via the use of this discussion document.
Neuberger Berman illustrates how it is possible to have a positive impact at scale through public markets strategies to guide investor decision-making, both during diligence and as they engage to improve impact performance.
This guide shows how surveying can be used to collect data for each of the five dimensions of impact.
Impax Asset Management’s 2019 environmental impact report uses the IMP norms to measure and disclose the impact performance of its individual portfolio companies.
The Guide is a how-to for engaging in impact due diligence and contains actionable advice and guidance for both novices as well as seasoned experts in impact measurement and management
This report surfaces the shared impact due diligence approaches employed by leading impact investors.
In this case study of Unilever, impak Finance demonstrates how its methodology can provide a complete assessment of impact by collecting data against the five dimensions of impact.
This annual report shows how the five dimensions of impact have helped the BBVAMF to assess their impacts across different stakeholders.
This report details how the five dimensions of impact have helped Kempen to monitor and report the impact of its investments.
This report provides an overview of impact management methodologies for science and technology ventures looking to create positive social and environmental impact.
This document describes the core concepts and structure for measuring and understanding impact according to the five dimensions of impact, through the use of both IRIS+ Core Metrics Sets and the IRIS Catalog of Metrics.
Actis created its own rating system, the Actis Impact Score, to help investors make comparisons across sectors and geographies throughout their portfolios. Actis used the norms agreed through the IMP’s consensus-building work to create a framework that considers all dimensions of impact.
This case study follows the process and outcome for how and why Partners Group integrated the IMP norms into PG LIFE, its impact-at-scale strategy.
This report highlights progress against recommendations on building a culture of social impact investing in the UK.
This standard is designed to help organisations know how to collect the information needed about ‘changes’, and how to analyse this information in order to produce a set of well-defined outcomes.
This assessment tool enables mission-driven businesses to measure their contribution to the SDGs..