The human experience, and our related ability to affect social change, is complex. Data – whether from a quantitative dataset or derived from qualitative findings – allows us to parse out these complexities and highlight the trends, structures, and progress often felt but unseen by the naked eye. Global Insight uses data to model and map the intricacies of program impact, lived experience, and social change, and employ that information to engender robust change across a wide range of variables.
Our work is about catalyzing social change. We believe a mixed-methodological approach adds depth and nuance, which would otherwise be ignored by the siloed nature of traditional research. Moreover, pairing quantitative data with rich qualitative findings presents a truly comprehensive view of program impact, organizational sustainability, and human experience. We then feed this powerful information into integrated strategies and recommendations for our clients’ problems.
Gender is the lens through which we see the world, make decisions, and find value in our communities. The application of a gender-sensitive approach is therefore requisite to all of our work at Global Insight. We consciously and consistently embed our gender-sensitive approach in all of our work. In so doing, we are able to more fully understand the intersection of identity and programmatic impact and sustainability.
Interviews, indicators and datasets, and field notes galore!
Global Insight worked with Mimo Finance, a microfinance institution in northern India, to develop a framework for agile measurement of client dropout and highlighted mitigating factors which would improve client retention. Learn more here.
Technology + Big Data + Interviews & Focus Groups = Nuanced Analysis
Research with human subjects requires patience, attention to detail, and a love of intersectionality. Our team uses the latest software to analyze qualitative and quantitative data. Global Insight’s unique process involves not only separate but also paired analysis to achieve a complete measure of programmatic success, impact, and sustainability. Learn more here
June 11, 2015
1-5p in Midtown Manhattan
Improve integration and institutionalization of a gendered approach in program creation, implementation, and assessment. More information here.
Limited spaces available. Reserve your place for this workshop here.
June 15, 2015
1230-430p in Midtown Manhattan
Using the power of Global Insights’ unique outcome mapping exercise, learn to harness the full potential of stakeholders and create highly impactful programming focused on your organizational goals. More information here.
Limited space available. Reserve your place for this workshop here.
More events coming soon. See our events page for more details.