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Kevin Robbie is a director at Think Impact


Five characteristics of good impact reporting


Kevin Robbie, Tuesday, 30th March 2021 -  Impact reporting is becoming more mainstream. For-purpose organisations should be driving this trend, not only through measuring their impact but by communicating it with all key stakeholders. But do we really know what a good impact report looks like, asks Kevin Robbie.

Rethinking theory of change


Kevin Robbie, Tuesday, 19th November 2019 -  A theory of change is your hypothesis of how your activity will lead to the intended impact that you are seeking to achieve. But have you ever been frustrated that what you end up with doesn’t assist you in understanding how to implement the right strategies to bring about this intended change? This frustration was at the root of a rethink about how we use theory of change as a tool to drive soc

Five Essential Foundations of a Theory of Change


Kevin Robbie, Wednesday, 4th October 2017 -  Think Impact director Kevin Robbie, offers five building blocks to get the right foundations in place for your Theory of Change.

Think Merger: Think Impact


Kevin Robbie, Wednesday, 9th August 2017 -  The key driver of any strategic discussion about mergers in the not-for-profit sector should be whether it improves the outcomes and impact for the clients that your organisation is there to support or serve, writes Kevin Robbie,director of Think Impact.

Innovation in Unemployment: Are We Setting Ourselves Up for Failure?


Kevin Robbie, Friday, 10th February 2017 -  To truly foster innovation in unemployment we must understand what works already and ensure all three barriers underlying the issue are addressed, writes United Way Australia CEO Kevin Robbie.

Working Differently to Foster Culture of Innovation


Kevin Robbie, Thursday, 17th March 2016 -  Ending “developmental vulnerability” for children is everyone’s business, but how do we build effective collaboration to tackle this, asks Kevin Robbie CEO of United Way Australia.

From Struggle Street to Shining Light – Does Mt Druitt have the Answers?


Kevin Robbie, Thursday, 28th January 2016 -  If the charity and government sectors are serious about ending community disadvantage in Australia we need to “move from being competitors to collaborators”, writes Kevin Robbie, CEO of United Way Australia.

‘Merge or Shut Down’: Moving Beyond Debate To Real Change


Kevin Robbie, Tuesday, 17th November 2015 -  The recent call for charities to merge or shut down by David Crosbie, CEO of the Community Council for Australia, has come at a tipping point for the Not for Profit sector, writes Kevin Robbie, CEO of United Way Australia.
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