How We CanInvest in Impactby Daniela Papi – ND ‘00
note   You will make       mistakes…
note   You will make       mistakes…       … and that is ok!       (Though we are going to try to minimize       the chanc...
note       You can’t know your       actual impact unless you       follow up, do research,       and stay open to       l...
WHYam IHERE  ?
don’t te ach kids.Schools
Neither do pencils,books, or t-shirts.
We need to invest in people to  put those things to use.
We shouldbe investingtime inpeople
to  have thecapacity and connectionsto reach theirown goals
AnILLICH break
THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN LOOKING TOInvest your money inhumanitarian work
PLANNERS
PLANNERS   vs   SEARCHERS
PLANNERS          vs   SEARCHERSAnnounce good intentions butdon’t motivateanyone to carry    them out
PLANNERS          vs    SEARCHERS                       Find things that                       work & get some            ...
PLANNERS            vs   SEARCHERSRaiseexpectations buttake noresponsibility formeeting them
PLANNERS            vs    SEARCHERS                          Accept                          responsibility for           ...
PLANNERS    vs   SEARCHERSDeterminewhat tosupply
PLANNERS    vs    SEARCHERS                 Figure out what’s                 in demandDeterminewhat tosupply
PLANNERS     vs   SEARCHERSApplyglobalblueprints
PLANNERS     vs    SEARCHERS                  Adapt to local                  conditionsApplyglobalblueprints
PLANNERS            vs   SEARCHERSLack knowledgeabout the“clients” and theimpact of theirwork
PLANNERS            vs    SEARCHERS                         Find out the reality                         of their impactLa...
PLANNERS   vs   SEARCHERS             I know the answers.            Poverty is a technical            engineering problem...
PLANNERS                 vs   SEARCHERS I don’t know all the     answers. It’scomplicated; trial and  error might be the  ...
PLANNERS   vs   SEARCHERS             Outsiders know            enough to impose               solutions.
PLANNERS               vs   SEARCHERSInsiders have enough  knowledge to find    solutions. Most  solutions must be     hom...
s may not be accurate	  Market ing material
Don’t research  Buy bad car
Don’t researchCar breaks     Buy bad car
Don’t research You can change your behavior in the futureCar breaks       Buy bad car
Don’t research      SCHOOLFails, adds to       Invest in thecorruption, etc.     wrong thing
Don’t research You don’t usually know it!      SCHOOLFails, adds to       Invest in thecorruption, etc.     wrong thing
do your ow n research	  You have to
Talk to those              who might kno                          w more	       ???
A Day Without Dignity
things aren’tthe solution
Just Say NO toOrphanage Tourism
Consider PREVENTION	  Rather than Band Aid solutions	  
How wouldYOU define success?
FRAMEWORK
1   What is your    organization aiming    to accomplish?
2   What are your    strategies for making    this happen?
3   What are your    organization’s    capabilities for    doing this?
4   How will your    organization    know if you are    making progress?
5   What have and    haven’t you    accomplished so far?
Who is identifying needs?more
Who is identifying needs?more   What is the timeline?
Who is identifying needs?more   What is the timeline?       Who is being treated like the “client”?
Who is identifying needs?more   What is the timeline?       Who is being treated like the “client”?       How are the lead...
Who is identifying needs?more   What is the timeline?       Who is being treated like the “client”?       How are the lead...
What mistakes have you made?more   What are you doing now that       you weren’t doing before?       What have you stopped...
What mistakes have you made?more   What are you doing now that       you weren’t doing before?       What have you stopped...
giving thingsaway destroysmarkets
as a donorThings toRemember
you have to learn   before you can help
$You vote withyour money
Do you want more kidson the street?
investing time inPEOPLE
investing time in   SOCIALPEOPLE              enterprise
Sometimes, you will fail.
Sometimes, you will fail.You will make mistakes.
Sometimes, you will fail.You will make mistakes.Be open to that.
Sometimes, you will fail.You will make mistakes.Be open to that.But the only way you willknow is if you CHECK.
Sometimes, you will fail.You will make mistakes.Be open to that.But the only way you willknow is if you CHECK.Don’t contin...
Be willing to changewhen you learn more.
THANK YOU!
THANK YOU!      inve stingfor      elf byin yours          her e be   ing  to day!
Daniela Papi  d@pepytours.compepycambodia.org  pepytours.comlessonsilearned.org
Credits
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
Learning to Give Well: How We Can Invest in Impact - Notre Dame Technology Forum June 2011
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  1. 1. How We CanInvest in Impactby Daniela Papi – ND ‘00
  2. 2. note You will make mistakes…
  3. 3. note You will make mistakes… … and that is ok! (Though we are going to try to minimize the chance of that today!)
  4. 4. note You can’t know your actual impact unless you follow up, do research, and stay open to learning the realities of the impact you had.
  5. 5. WHYam IHERE ?
  6. 6. don’t te ach kids.Schools
  7. 7. Neither do pencils,books, or t-shirts.
  8. 8. We need to invest in people to put those things to use.
  9. 9. We shouldbe investingtime inpeople
  10. 10. to have thecapacity and connectionsto reach theirown goals
  11. 11. AnILLICH break
  12. 12. THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN LOOKING TOInvest your money inhumanitarian work
  13. 13. PLANNERS
  14. 14. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERS
  15. 15. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERSAnnounce good intentions butdon’t motivateanyone to carry them out
  16. 16. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERS Find things that work & get some rewardAnnounce good intentions butdon’t motivateanyone to carry them out
  17. 17. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERSRaiseexpectations buttake noresponsibility formeeting them
  18. 18. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERS Accept responsibility for their actionsRaiseexpectations buttake noresponsibility formeeting them
  19. 19. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERSDeterminewhat tosupply
  20. 20. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERS Figure out what’s in demandDeterminewhat tosupply
  21. 21. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERSApplyglobalblueprints
  22. 22. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERS Adapt to local conditionsApplyglobalblueprints
  23. 23. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERSLack knowledgeabout the“clients” and theimpact of theirwork
  24. 24. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERS Find out the reality of their impactLack knowledgeabout the“clients” and theimpact of theirwork
  25. 25. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERS I know the answers. Poverty is a technical engineering problem my answers will solve.
  26. 26. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERS I don’t know all the answers. It’scomplicated; trial and error might be the way.
  27. 27. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERS Outsiders know enough to impose solutions.
  28. 28. PLANNERS vs SEARCHERSInsiders have enough knowledge to find solutions. Most solutions must be homegrown.
  29. 29. s may not be accurate  Market ing material
  30. 30. Don’t research Buy bad car
  31. 31. Don’t researchCar breaks Buy bad car
  32. 32. Don’t research You can change your behavior in the futureCar breaks Buy bad car
  33. 33. Don’t research SCHOOLFails, adds to Invest in thecorruption, etc. wrong thing
  34. 34. Don’t research You don’t usually know it! SCHOOLFails, adds to Invest in thecorruption, etc. wrong thing
  35. 35. do your ow n research  You have to
  36. 36. Talk to those who might kno w more   ???
  37. 37. A Day Without Dignity
  38. 38. things aren’tthe solution
  39. 39. Just Say NO toOrphanage Tourism
  40. 40. Consider PREVENTION  Rather than Band Aid solutions  
  41. 41. How wouldYOU define success?
  42. 42. FRAMEWORK
  43. 43. 1 What is your organization aiming to accomplish?
  44. 44. 2 What are your strategies for making this happen?
  45. 45. 3 What are your organization’s capabilities for doing this?
  46. 46. 4 How will your organization know if you are making progress?
  47. 47. 5 What have and haven’t you accomplished so far?
  48. 48. Who is identifying needs?more
  49. 49. Who is identifying needs?more What is the timeline?
  50. 50. Who is identifying needs?more What is the timeline? Who is being treated like the “client”?
  51. 51. Who is identifying needs?more What is the timeline? Who is being treated like the “client”? How are the leaders connected to the cause? And what is their leadership style?
  52. 52. Who is identifying needs?more What is the timeline? Who is being treated like the “client”? How are the leaders connected to the cause? And what is their leadership style? How transparent is the organization about their finances, their lessons, their processes?
  53. 53. What mistakes have you made?more What are you doing now that you weren’t doing before? What have you stopped because it failed?
  54. 54. What mistakes have you made?more What are you doing now that you weren’t doing before? What have you stopped because it failed? Are you funding “things” or “activities” or are you funding a change? How are you investing time in PEOPLE?
  55. 55. giving thingsaway destroysmarkets
  56. 56. as a donorThings toRemember
  57. 57. you have to learn before you can help
  58. 58. $You vote withyour money
  59. 59. Do you want more kidson the street?
  60. 60. investing time inPEOPLE
  61. 61. investing time in SOCIALPEOPLE enterprise
  62. 62. Sometimes, you will fail.
  63. 63. Sometimes, you will fail.You will make mistakes.
  64. 64. Sometimes, you will fail.You will make mistakes.Be open to that.
  65. 65. Sometimes, you will fail.You will make mistakes.Be open to that.But the only way you willknow is if you CHECK.
  66. 66. Sometimes, you will fail.You will make mistakes.Be open to that.But the only way you willknow is if you CHECK.Don’t continue to fund failure.
  67. 67. Be willing to changewhen you learn more.
  68. 68. THANK YOU!
  69. 69. THANK YOU! inve stingfor elf byin yours her e be ing to day!
  70. 70. Daniela Papi d@pepytours.compepycambodia.org pepytours.comlessonsilearned.org
  71. 71. Credits

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