When the team at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights decided to measure its impact, the journey they ended up taking went much deeper. From building a theory of change to undergoing a strategic planning process, the road traveled was comprehensive and challenging. But, as CEO Isha Khan says, it was well worth it.

We find out why, when we speak with her – next.



Welcome to In the Business of Change, where we speak with social entrepreneurs impacting their communities and the world.  I’m your host Elisa Birnbaum publisher and editor in chief of SEE Change Magazine. On today’s episode – the last of three sponsored by impact consultancy Junxion Strategy – I’m joined again by the always affable and oh-so-eloquent co-host: president & CEO of Junxion, Mike Rowlands.

We’ll be speaking with Isha Khan, CEO of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and Charla Vall, consulting director at Junxion about the extensive work they recently completed together. Some questions we’ll explore include: What is a Theory of Change and why was that the starting point? How did the strategic planning process then unfold? What frustrations did they encounter? And what takeaways could every business, big or small, learn to use on their own purposeful journey? Stay tuned to find out.

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