A community and online resource CENTRE
for social performance specialists
Brought to you by Manage Social Performance (MSP)
If you’ve ever tried to manage social performance all by yourself you know the days are too short and the tasks are too long.
Besides, like all behaviours, social performance is stronger with collective action. That’s why you’re here.
Our Key Areas Of Focus
We don’t have to make it up. We’re committed to grounding our theory in real experience, good and bad.
Experience, observation, analysis and documentation are the core blocks we use for building solid assessments of social performance.
Now that you know what really works, how do you make it happen? The MSP Community takes you there.
The MSP Academy
Remember how social performance used to be considered a black box?
With the rise of groups like the Social Performance Forum, social performance is becoming much more effective and predictable.
And the Academy is the place you can find pragmatic courses, news, even template forms and plans that you can use to bring your social performance into alignment with the kind of good international practice funders want to support.
From The Blog
Read about current issues, developments in social performance, and thought leadership pieces from practitioners in the field.
The rainy season drove the humidity to the point where the heat could make you crazy. Which is partially what had happened at the site – a group had stolen some company vehicles and ransacked a local village. We had been called in to help get things back on track. I...
You probably already know how it starts. You’re sitting at your desk when the reception or front gate calls to say that the road is blocked by a group of angry people. You may not have known that it was coming – that’s a separate problem for a later post – but once it...
Life can be hard.
Especially when you’re trying to create a complex project – no matter how big it is. Although this often happens in a foreign culture, with the increasing pace of change it can be a very similar experience even at home as we struggle to understand local values, concerns and why people don’t seem to understand what we’re doing.