The Trade and Cooperation Agreement (“the Agreement”) between the EU and the UK contains good news for data protection practitioners. The free flow of data between the EEA and the UK can continue after the end of 2020. This is extremely welcome. Recent research showed that the cost of having to put in place alternative transfer […]Read More EU-UK data flows, adequacy and regulatory changes from 1st January 2021
With any business initiative, there’s an expectation that performance is monitored and measured to gauge return on investment and to determine if goals were achieved; business projects are no exception. Since data drives many decisions today, you will likely be expected to measure project performance with data. Here, Bernard Marr shares some of the key […]Read More How Do You Measure Project Performance – The KPIs That Really Matter
Not long ago, the ability to create smart data visualizations, or dataviz, was a nice-to-have skill. For the most part, it benefited design- and data-minded managers who made a deliberate decision to invest in acquiring it. That’s changed. Now visual communication is a must-have skill for all managers, because more and more often, it’s the […]Read More Visualizations That Really Work
Looking for the latest charity giving stats and trends? NP Source has got you covered with stats on charitable, online, social, mobile and email giving, including: In 2017, the largest source of charitable giving came from individuals at $281.86 billion, or 72% of total giving; followed by foundations ($58.28 billion/15%), bequests ($30.36 billion/8%), and corporations […]Read More The Ultimate List Of Charitable Giving Statistics
Business and marketing leaders are continuing to invest in data programmes because they recognize the tremendous power of data. Insights and Analytics leaders have always known about the power of data, but now the secret’s out. Data is not just for researchers and analysts to dig around in anymore – it’s for everyone! Businesses are […]Read More Business partners overloaded with data? Reshape Insights and Analytics for Sensemaking!
In every industry, companies are amassing more data than ever. But while we have all this data, and it’s becoming more influential than ever, there’s still a big problem at hand: Most of us are not very good at interpreting and making sense of it. Over the last five to 10 years, the data skills […]Read More Boost Your Team’s Data Literacy
When it comes to determining how efficiently your nonprofit operates, there’s nothing quite as helpful as a large pool of accurate, relevant performance indicators that can objectively show you exactly how well you’re doing. But sometimes, it can be tough to figure out exactly what measurements your organization needs in order to identify where your […]Read More 21 Key Performance Indicators Nonprofit Management Needs to Track
Do you want to grow planned giving? Do you have a shrinking annual fund? Is your fundraising campaign stalled? Graham Pelton explain how you can look at what your data is telling you. If you are willing to transform the way you fundraise, data-driven strategies will yield better decisions, improve performance, and accelerate your growth. […]Read More Your data tells a story: Are you listening?
Measuring performance is a crucial step that nonprofits must take to succeed. There’s no better way of isolating and troubleshooting any ongoing problems. And worry not, there’s no shortage of methods of measuring performance. They’re called fundraising success metrics here, but they are also often referred to as key performance indicators (KPIs). These metrics are […]Read More 16 Fundraising Success Metrics to Start Tracking
There is little doubt that philanthropy supports student success. Just don’t ask how many students receive meaningful supports thanks to donors, or how donations correlate to increases in student retention. The way universities usually silo their data, those questions are nearly impossible to answer. We ought to have answers. Reporting income raised is not the […]Read More How do we know philanthropy helps students succeed?