Social return on investment

Posted on 16/02/2015 by Ed Hammond. Tags:

Tools for officers and members with governance and scrutiny responsibilities to help them tackle major change.

This paper, sponsored by Grant Thornton, provides a methodology of Social Return on Investment (SROI) that officers and members can use to tackle questions of major service change. 

This is the first in a short series which takes, as its starting point, work that CfPS undertook last year on transformation and commissioning. CfPS supported nine areas in England and Wales to explore how scrutiny might need to change and develop to better tackle the challenge of major service change in local government. The fruits of that research and support were published in “The change game” in June 2015.

About the Author: Ed Hammond

Ed leads CfPS's work on devolution, transformation and on support to councils and other public bodies on governance and accountability.