Non-profits are increasingly understanding and seeing the value in adopting data driven decision-making.
This in-person half day event for non-profit leaders will equip you with practical training to understand why before going deep into your data, you need to take a step back and consider what your organisation’s goals are for the data. Through a mix of plenary, breakouts, and discussion sessions, we’ll explore:
- Where do you start with all your data?
- What decisions do you need to make about your data?
- Do you know where all your data is held?
- How do you identify your data sources?
- How do you clean your data?
- How does it benefit you and your stakeholders?
From the smallest of non-profits, organisations can hold a surprising amount of data and it can have an impact across the whole organisation. So, understanding what you can ‘do’ with your data, how to harness the information, and how to optimise the online tools and systems available can only benefit your organisation and the services you provide.
This is your opportunity to meet with your peers in a Chatham House environment to share your learning and experiences.
Who is this for: For anyone responsible for making decisions about what you do or the activities you deliver based on the information you have – you might work in membership, marketing or engagement? Or you might be in a role managing data or responsible for data protection and seeking best practice advice, a refresher or guidance on how to lead your data strategy.