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Inspiring Impact Case Study: Macrobert Arts Centre

Last Updated: Wednesday 8 November 2017

Macrobert Arts Centre, based on the University of Stirling campus, offers a busy programme of live, film and creative learning events across the Forth Valley. There is a staff team of 23 FTE.

Historically, monitoring and evaluation at the Centre was driven largely by funding requirements – leading to established process and data collection in some areas of work (notably creative learning, which attracts the majority of grant funding), and relatively little embedded strategic monitoring in other areas.  However, the organisation has an open, reflective culture that welcomes learning and discussion. Staff are keen to learn and develop, and there is generally a willingness to recognise challenges and areas for improvement.

Read to find out how Inspiring Impact help them improve their impact practice.