How do we know where to go if we don’t have a map?

When you’re starting a social enterprise, there are a thousand things you could be working on: which is the most critical for you today?

Take the ECAT (Enterprise Capacity Assessment Test) with the link below and get a better understanding of where you stand and where you might need to grow.

ECAT Categories

2Innovation & Learning
4“Impact Monitoring (M&E)” or “Corporate Social Responsibility”
5“Programs and Projects” or “Products and Services”
6Community Engagement & Communication
8Team, Leadership, Staff & Volunteers
9Revenues & Financial Sustainability
10Financial Management
11Legal & Compliance
12Risk, Security & Resilience

The ECAT is a way to measure organizational capacity.
Organizational capacity is the ability for an organization to achieve its mission while anticipating and managing future changes and risks

This assessment allows you to get a birds’ eye view of your whole organization and to pinpoint strategic locations where you can put in some effort.