23 min

Lumin X Ian Potter Foundation Summer Listening Series Episode Four: False Economy (The Cost of Not Funding Evaluation or Conversations Between Funders and Grantees‪)‬ Lumin Podcast

    • Business

This is the fourth episode of the Ian Potter Foundation's Summer Listening Series, a four-episode podcast which shares insights from the philanthropic and NFP sides of the social sector.

In this episode, we present a re-enactment of Dr Squirrel Main's panel session (at the 2019 Australian Institute of Grantmakers conference). This panel session has representatives from not-for-profit and philanthropic sectors switching sides to role-play common conversations between grantmakers and grantees around evaluation and reporting. Through these role-plays, Dr Squirrel Main illustrates the false economy of not spending the necessary time and money on evaluating programs.

Moderator - Dr Squirrel Main, IPF Research & Evaluation Manager at The Ian Potter Foundation

Panellists - Sarah Hardy (RE Ross Trust), Sophie Boardley (Melbourne Theatre Company), Georgia Mathews (Australian Communities Foundation), Andrew Binns (World Vision Australia).

This is the fourth episode of the Ian Potter Foundation's Summer Listening Series, a four-episode podcast which shares insights from the philanthropic and NFP sides of the social sector.

In this episode, we present a re-enactment of Dr Squirrel Main's panel session (at the 2019 Australian Institute of Grantmakers conference). This panel session has representatives from not-for-profit and philanthropic sectors switching sides to role-play common conversations between grantmakers and grantees around evaluation and reporting. Through these role-plays, Dr Squirrel Main illustrates the false economy of not spending the necessary time and money on evaluating programs.

Moderator - Dr Squirrel Main, IPF Research & Evaluation Manager at The Ian Potter Foundation

Panellists - Sarah Hardy (RE Ross Trust), Sophie Boardley (Melbourne Theatre Company), Georgia Mathews (Australian Communities Foundation), Andrew Binns (World Vision Australia).

23 min

Top Podcasts In Business