Business Area
IMP Service
(Impact Management Project)
IMP is a social impact measurement/management framework used by
the international organizations, such as the UN, G7, and OECD,
and such global impact investment organizations as GIIN and Toniic.
It provides the framework for the elements that are needed to
be described when measuring and reporting the social impact.
IMP is classified into 6 dimensions and is composed of 15 categories.
The social impact that an organization create will be defined and
classified after filling out all 15 categories.
Six Categories of IMP
Dimension Category Contents

Outcome level in period

Outcome threshold

SDG target

Importance of the outcome to stakeholder

What is the outcome made within a certain period?

How important is the outcome for Stakeholders


Stakeholder type

Geographical Boundary

Baseline level of outcome

Stakeholder characteristics

Who are Stakeholders experiencing the outcome?

How Much




How much outcome does the corresponding organization create?


Depth Counterfactual

Duration Counterfactual

What change would be made without the activities of the corresponding organization?


Type of risk

Level of risk

What are the risks obstructing the social impact creation of the corresponding organization?

Impact Classification

May cause harm

Does cause harm

Act to avoid harm

Benefit stakeholders

Contribute to solutions

Choose out of the categories.