Gathered here are a number of resources on knowing and showing the “added Value” that the community sector brings to Aotearoa New Zealand.
About the Outcomes Plus research
In 2015, the New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services published ‘Outcomes Plus’ (Neilson, Sedgwick & Grey, 2015).
This research examines the ‘added’ value provided by community social services, exploring the impact that the work of the community sector has on New Zealand society, beyond the outcomes that are purchased by government funding.
This research evidences what and how the social services sector contributes to society, it identifies the characteristics of organisations that are proving effective in providing added value.
Outcomes Plus Webinar 2016
Trevor McGlinchey, of the New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services and Garth Nowland-Foreman of the LEAD Centre for Not for Profit Leadership shared their ‘Outcomes Plus’ research. They also discuss the impact of the current trend in New Zealand for social investment.
NOTE: We will be loading the archived webinar in the next day.
- Outcomes’ are just a metaphor from the factory floor (Garth Nowland-Foreman)
- Outcomes Plus and Data for Good (by Trevor McGlinchey)
- Outcomes, Accountability and Community & Voluntary Organisations in New Zealand: Holy Grail, Black Hole or Wholly Possible? (Nowland-Foreman, 2016)
- Non-profit institutions satellite account: 2013, Statistics NZ
- The contribution of non-profit institutions in New Zealand, (Infographic) Statistics NZ
- Non-profit institutions satellite account: March 2013, (Tables 1-1 to 1-21) Statistics NZ
- Non-profit institutions satellite account: March 2013, (Tables 2-1 to 2-42) Statistics NZ
- ‘Outcomes Plus’ (Neilson, Sedgwick & Grey, 2015)