It’s not uncommon for nonprofits to use data to track events, donations, and interaction with supporters. Some organizations, however, are taking data even further.
According to a recent post in The Chronicle of Philanthropy, some nonprofits are starting to use big data to identify areas where they can improve. Yesterday the site hosted a live chat dedicated to the discussion of how some nonprofits are becoming “data-driven” organizations.
The participants discussed their experience with data, and how they have used it to identify weaknesses and tweak operations moving forward. The post has a transcript of the discussion, check it out to learn more about how your organization could benefit from an improved use of data.