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Taming the Data Monster, NTEN Webinar, July 29, 2010

Taming the Data Monster, NTEN Webinar, July 29, 2010

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  • NEED TO ADD INFO ABOUT DATA NOT OBJECTIVE< NEUTRAL OR PERFECT and about PRIVACY
  • Data and crowds emerge in “emergencies”
  • Where is your market in adopting these trends? How rapidly are new forms coming to bear? New types of revenue? New types of online presence?
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    • 1. Taming the Data Monster NTEN WebinarJuly 29, 2010
      Photo, 416Style, Flickr, Creative Commons
    • 2. Bernholz, Skloot, and Varela
      Published by Duke University, 2010
      Download at
      http://www.scribd.com/doc/31178075/Disrupting-Philanthropy-FINAL
    • 3. Data as new platform for change
      What data matter?
      What makes data disruptive?
      What will the future look like?
      What do I need to know now?
    • 4. Data as new platform for change
      “More and better data, more readily available and at lower cost.”
      “Data is an input, an output, and a platform.”
      Data ARE not – objective, perfect, easy, a cure-all
      Photo from Epsos.de, Flickr, Creative Commons
    • 5. What data matter?
    • 6. What data matter?
      Photo by Cobalt 123, Flickr, Creative Commons
    • 7. What data matter?
    • 8. What makes data disruptive?
      New definitions of expertise
      “Now only an expert can deal with the problem.
      Because half of the problem is seeing the
      problem. So if there’s no expert dealing with the
      problem it’s really actually twice the problem.
      Cause only an expert can deal with the
      problem.”
      Laurie Anderson, “Only an Expert”
    • 9. New sources of data are emerging
    • 10. Hashtags guide travelers to right resources
      Slide from Slidesharehttp://www.slideshare.net/shanxz/ashtag. Credit Shashank Nigam
    • 11. Crowds make data disruptive
    • 12. What makes data disruptive?
      Access
      Cost
      Sourcing
      Remixability
    • 13. What does the future look like?
      New providers and users of data
    • 14. Transaction Platforms
      Data Sources
    • 15. Data across the capital market
    • 16. Measurement tools….
    • 17. …maps, and….
    • 18. …metrics
    • 19. Market Solutions
    • 20. Future built on data is filled with new enterprise forms
      New forms of finance
      New governance models
      …operating on a global scale…
      …and generating new data...
    • 21. …that operate on a global scale…
    • 22. …and that require new visions of relevant policies….
      http://www.mindmeister.com/27241038/policies-that-influence-philanthropic-giving
    • 23. What do you need to know how to do now?
      FILTER
      For credibility,
      validity,
      accuracy,
      http://journalismthatmatters.org/content/emerging-news-ecology-0
    • 24. What do you need to know now?
      Make sense of the monster – Staff need data skills
      – data mining, data visualization, data reporting
    • 25. What do you need to know now?
      Measure what matters and know what matters
    • 26. What do you need to know now?
      Where does the real value of your data come from?
      Open it up and recalculate
    • 27. For more information
      www.blueprintrd.com
      www.philanthropy2173.com
      Blueprint Research & Design, Inc
      720 Market Street, Suite 900
      San Francisco, CA 94102
      +1.415.677.9700
      lucy@blueprintrd.com
      @p2173