Analyzing data should be empowering, and even very small data sets can improve an organization’s ability to make better decisions. However, it is easy to make mistakes interpreting results—and make bad decisions because of it. This resource provides an introduction to organizations with access to data but new to analysis, offering different methods and approaches to fit their needs.
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Data in and of itself is not valuable. A bunch of 1s and 0s sitting on a server somewhere or dashboards languishing unattended aren’t transforming your organization. Making your data actionable is the key to true data transformation. Most nonprofits don’t lack data; they lack insight and the ability to take action from that data.
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