Failing to use data is failing your nonprofit organization
from By William D. Pawlucy
You research your mortgage options, your car loan interest rates and schools for your children, but when it comes to our nonprofits, this depth of data and research is sometimes missing. Data is the cornerstone of good decision-making and is necessary for board effectiveness. How many times are we engaged in an excellent discussion at a board meeting that immediately stalls out when someone asks the question, "Do we have any hard facts supporting this decision or initiative?"
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