Markets for Good Timeline 3-3-2011

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Overall timeline and context for the Markets for Good collaboration effort and specific 2011 details.

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Markets for Good Timeline 3-3-2011

  1. 1. Support services to nonprofits for planning and evaluation (GlobalGiving, Betterplace Beneficiary Feedback) Tool to aggregate expert opinion (Philanthropedia) Tool to aggregate constituent opinions (Great Nonprofits) Mechanism to share donor knowledge (Monitor: Sidecar Funds) <ul><li>Sector standards for data modularity (XML, RSS) </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Unique ID (US/non-US) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Grant coding </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Profiles (charting for impact) </li></ul></ul>Open databases (APIs) Aggressive “push” strategy to existing financial, corporate, search, and social networking platforms (Jumo) Education programs and networks Research on donor behavior (Hope Consulting) Tool for analyzing giving portfolios (TurboTax, mint.com) 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 ARCHITECTURE Meaningful information is accessible DEMAND Meaningful information is used SUPPLY Meaningful information exists = point at which a critical mass might be formed Timeline for key components of nonprofit information marketplace Institutions for collaboration (Markets for Giving)
  2. 2. Q1 2011 Detailed Timeline Q4 Q3 Q2 Jan Mar Feb Oct Jul Apr Jun May Sep Aug Dec Nov API Disaster Single Interface Unique ID 2011 Big Picture Update Call w/ Guest Speaker COF Perform Industry Dynamics Review GuideStar commits to Unique IDs for US Organizations GlobalGiving links conversation to IATI Internal Agreement on ‘ Disaster Tips’ Solidify “break glass” plan; External feedback on Tips API Summit Secure Implementation Funding Development of Unified Web Services Platform Hewlett-Packard Pitch Finalize MOU Guest Speakers on monthly calls could include: Foundation Source, State Department, FixProtocol, i3, Fidelity Update Call SOCAP Update Call Update Call Update Call Update Call w/ Guest Speaker Update Call w/ Guest Speaker Update Call w/ Guest Speaker Internal Draft of “Break Glass” Action Plan Media plans, dissemination plans, branding External dissemination Common NPONGO Data Fields Agree on common data fields for NPONGO entity Agree on value proposition and operational details for both uni- and bi-dimensional APIs Determine Licensing Terms and Partner model Explore ICANN –Style Partnership Model for Assigning & Possibly Vetting Unique Org IDs Globally
  3. 3. High Transaction Cost $300 Billion Private Philanthropic Funds 1.5 Million Nonprofit Organizations Status Quo Possible Levers for Change Changing the Status Quo Donor Behavior (to favor funding more effective organizations) Nonprofit Behavior (to be more rigorously aligned with effectiveness) CHASING AT Reduce friction Lower costs for both donors and nonprofits

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