3/26: Program on NonProfit Organizations (PONPO)
Program on NonProfit Organizations (PONPO) at Yale University presents:
Alnoor Ebrahim Associate Professor, Harvard Business School: Measuring Performance in the Social Sector: Essential or Impossible?
Tuesday, March 26, 2013, 11:40am-12:50pm
Yale School of Management
60 Sachem Street, Room A-30
Alnoor Ebrahim is an Associate Professor in the General Management Unit, and in the Social Enterprise Initiative, at the Harvard Business School. His research and teaching focus on the challenges of performance management, accountability and governance facing social sector organizations. He is also a principal of Harvard University’s Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations.
Through his research and case writing, Professor Ebrahim examines the challenges of performance measurement and accountability facing social sector organizations, impact investors, and their boards. He is currently involved in research with a range of social sector organizations, from new socioeconomic hybrids to well-established global NGOs and foundations. His professional work has included commissioned reports on civil society relations with the World Bank, on NGO accountability at the Inter-American Development Bank, as well as projects with a number of nongovernmental organizations over the past two decades, such as CIVICUS, the World Resources Institute, the Tata Energy Research Institute, and the Aga Khan Rural Support Programme.
Attendance is open to all. Lunch provided for registrants only. Please reserve your spot by 12noon Monday, March 25th. Click here to register.
PONPO is a collaboration between the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale and the Yale School of Management’s Program on Social Enterprise. PONPO is supported in part by the Institution for Social and Policy Studies (ISPS) at Yale.