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Data For Good

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Data For Good
by Steve Williams, SAP Business Objects

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  • " Data for Good: Using information and data visualization to > demonstrate results, engage your community and communicate issues" > - Non-profits are often faced with the challenge of > communicating to stakeholders - boards, the public, potential donors > and > volunteers - the importance of their issue and the impact the > organization is having. Especially challenging is the need to manage > and > measure financial performance, mission or community impact and also > ongoing organizational sustainability. Join us for a discussion and > interactive workshop about how to determine what is important to your > organization, how to measure your success in achieving those goals, > and > how to communicate those results.
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    • 1. Data for Good Using information and data visualization to demonstrate results, engage your community and communicate issues Steve Williams, Director Worldwide Community, SAP BusinessObjects 10 June 2009
    • 2. State of the art reporting for non-profits?
    • 3. Be careful what you wish for….
    • 4. Asking the right questions
      • What are you trying to say?
      • Who are you trying to talk to?
      © SAP 2009 / Page
    • 5. Asking the right questions – the new way!
      • What are you trying to say?
      • Who do you want to have a conversation with?
      © SAP 2009 / Page
    • 6. What are you trying to say?
      • Communicate issues
      • Demonstrate impact
      • Engage Stakeholders
      © SAP 2009 / Page
    • 7. Communicate
    • 8. Communicate
    • 9. Demonstrate
    • 10. Demonstrate
    • 11. Demonstrate
    • 12. Demonstrate
    • 13. Engage © SAP 2008 / Page
    • 14. Engage
    • 15. Who do you want to have a conversation with? © SAP 2009 / Page http://www.demonstratingvalue.org
    • 16. Question Zero
      • What, exactly, are we trying to accomplish?
      © SAP 2009 / Page Herman B. Leonard, Ph.D. Professor of Public Management, Harvard Business School
    • 17. What makes a good measure?
      • Scale
      • Relevant for your audience
      • Actually helpful to YOU, not just your audience!
      © SAP 2009 / Page
    • 18. Over to you….
      • Choose a project from your table
      • Decide if you are going to:
        • Communicate
        • Demonstrate
        • Engage
      • Decide on your audience:
          • Internal managers and staff
          • Board of directors
          • Volunteers
          • General public
          • Potential donors
          • Funders
      • Find 3 things to measure
          • And why!
      © SAP 2009 / Page
    • 19. © SAP 2009 / Page Thank you!