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Making sense of data – a workshop for charities

Today, I ran a workshop on behalf of the Coalition for Efficiency who run the “Measuring the Good” pro bono initiative. There’s so much talk these days about “Big Data” but my session was more oriented towards “Small Data” and some tips and tricks for presenting data and getting useful insights. My workshop slides are … Continue reading

Measuring the Good Learning Lab #2: Making Sense of Data

13 February 2019, 11am – 3p.m. Workshop in Central London for Third Sector organisations Join us at this participative workshop to begin to learn how to make numbers and data work better for you and your organisation. This Learning Lab is based on my experiences in helping people get real insight into performance improvement opportunities by making better use of data. The … Continue reading

Lead and Lag Indicators. What they are and what they mean for Third Sector organisations.

One of the interesting conversations I had at the recent Data4Good Conference was on performance management. We were discussing the need for a set of performance indicators that a charity could use to get early warnings of performance issues as well as being able to track outcomes and impacts. One of the participants said she … Continue reading

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