Planning

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Ensure you have the right data to answer the most important questions for your organization. 

Have you ever thought…

  • We know we can do more with data but we don’t know where to start.
  • How do I measure and demonstrate success?
  • I have a lot of data collected but it is not useful.
  • Does our current data and evaluation strategy align with our mission and theory of change?

How does data planning help your organization?

Increase funding –  Get the support you need to reach your goals

  • Understand your most valuable donors and fundraising campaigns through developing donation data strategies
  • Impress donors and foundations by using the most effective data and evaluation practices
  • Increase successful grant applications by clearly communicating a measurement and evaluation strategy

Improve efficiency – Let your staff focus on what matters

  • Make sure you are using the most efficient and effective data practices within your organization
  • Ensure you are spending your time wisely and collecting the right data by using data strategies and roadmaps
  • Increase capacity and improve staff workflow by implementing the best software, data tools, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system for your organization
  • Use your existing tools to their full capacity by customizing them for your organization

Enhance Impact – Increase your organization’s effectiveness

  • Reach your organization’s goals through having data practices which align to your mission and theory of change
  • Be able to connect your program initiatives to your impact through developing evaluation strategies
  • Evaluate and enhance the services you provide by improving your data and evaluation practices
  • Identify key metrics to measure goals by developing a comprehensive data strategy for your organization

How can we help?

  • Developing data strategies and roadmaps
  • Identifying and implementing appropriate data tools and software
  • Evaluation strategizing
  • Mission and data alignment 
  • Coaching on data best practices