Organizations that are impactful aren’t necessarily the ones that gather the most evaluation data or use the most sophisticated methodologies. They are the ones that are good at translating their evaluation findings (and other kinds of information) into insight and action. In other words, they have strong organizational cultures of learning.Building a strong culture of learning takes skill, effort, and time. While grantmakers and other nonprofits have worked hard in recent years to build their capacity to evaluate outcomes, less emphasis has been placed on building learning capacity. While many grantmakers recognize that the measurement of outcomes requires specialized expertise and dedicated resources, they don’t always acknowledge that the same is true for the work of learning from evaluation.Attached are a set of resources that were developed by Taylor Newberry Consulting to help grantmakers and nonprofits who are looking to develop relationships that are focused on learning. This work was supported by Wellspring Philanthropic Fund.