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Data Driven Social Change - by Karl Wilding
 

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Karl Wilding of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) spoke of the work that the NCVO is doing to provide charity data and gain insights to the sector. He also spoke of the struggle ...

Karl Wilding of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) spoke of the work that the NCVO is doing to provide charity data and gain insights to the sector. He also spoke of the struggle to find sustainable ways to provide data openly.

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  • Reflections on how NCVO uses data, where we are now and where we – and maybe the sector – could go next
  • Provocation: is too much work in the sector – eg campaigning – based on instinct rather than evidence? Are we using the data around us? Or is data just getting lumped with monitoring and evaluation – do we problematise it?
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/flying_cloud/2667225198/ (thanks to @harryharrold and @stevieflow for the lego insight) We are a data driven org in many respects: policy, research, finance, membership Beginning to see potential in warehousing data, analysing and visualising Not sure we are doing enough though – its work in progress We understand its power though
  • Charities have always had data
  • www.flickr.com/photos/23950335@N07/5506637899/ Opening up Linking datasets Measuring outcomes Building skills – finding, linking, mining, reporting, visualising Moving it up the agenda
  • And here’s ane xample that highlights opps and tensions
  • I’m greatly influenced by Lucy Bernholz – data as the new fuel for social change But how do we get over the well known problems? Preference for instinct Skills Resources Paucity of data? Openness Or more to the point, what are the risks of ignoring the threats? Eg transparency

Data Driven Social Change - by Karl Wilding Data Driven Social Change - by Karl Wilding Presentation Transcript

  • Data@NCVOKarl WildingNCVO Policy &ResearchT: @karlwilding
  • A provocation!
  • Data at NCVO: current status…www.flickr.com/photos/flying_cloud/2667225198/
  • Next steps for @ncvowww.flickr.com/photos/23950335@N07/5506637899/
  • Opening up NCVO – and the sector’s - data
  • The future: data-drivenhttp://mishy79.wordpress.com/2011/08/29/non-profit-social-media-how-do-twitter-and-facebook-differ/ social change?