In pooling, it's important to talk about the work we do in a way that's meaningful to our members and sets us apart, but how do you get an entire organization (and membership) on board with common language and meaningful metrics? Measures That Matter is our residency for 2023, designed to help pools measure and articulate the value of pooling.
Measures That Matter gives you:
Throughout 2023, member pools will have a variety of opportunities to engage with residency experts and resources, including:
Introduction for Governing Body Members and Pool LeadershipThe opening keynote of AGRiP’s Governance Conference 2023 will be an introduction to Measures That Matter. Your governing body members and pool staff will learn how to quantify the value of pooling in ways most meaningful to your members. When you have measures that matter and tools to communicate them, your pool will be more effective in strategic planning, governing, member communications, performance reporting and more.
Workshop for Top Pool ExecutivesA hands-on workshop at CEO Institute 2023 in Chesapeake Bay, MD, will teach top pool executives (from AGRiP member pools, only) how to implement Measures That Matter within their own organizations.
Presentation on Outcomes and Applications for Pool StaffA presentation at Staff Forum 2023 in Salt Lake City will focus on outcomes and will teach all pool staff about Measures That Matter and how they apply to daily pool operations.
Community of Practice MeetingsThese informal, collaborative (and virtual) meetings are an opportunity for AGRiP member pools to learn from residency experts and each other as they implement Measures That Matter.
Implementation ToolkitThe residency will culminate in a toolkit containing:
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The Measures That Matter Residency includes and is guided by implementation expertise from Mutuo, with access for member pools to an independently validated and licensed framework developed by BCCM and Monash University. Member pools will agree to user terms to access residency materials.
AGRiP is licensing the Mutual Value Measurement Framework© (MVM) for our members to adapt and use as Measures That Matter. The MVM was developed to help cooperatives and mutuals measure their total value creation (mutual value) through a set of common dimensions and shared language. The Mutual Value Measurement Framework© is used across industries and by cooperatives and mutuals of different sizes.
AGRiP partnered with the following organizations for Measures That Matter: