Collecting data is a great way to show donors what your organization has accomplished, but it can also help the staff get better results in their work and make wise decisions.
Read the transcript below of a live online discussion that will show you how to measure your organization’s performance and effectiveness.
We share the results of a new report detailing how several nonprofits have created in-house measurement teams, discuss key elements of their strategies, and answer questions about what it takes to gauge the results of an organization's work.
Learn more now: Read an opinion piece from The Chronicle's archive distilling the report's findings.
Anisha Chablani is chief knowledge officer at Roca, a nonprofit that helps young people escape poverty and violence. In that role, Ms. Chablani helped Roca develop its systems for measuring performance.
Matt Forti is a manager for the Bridgespan Group, a consulting organization in Boston. He specializes in designing performance-measurement systems for nonprofits and is the author of the blog Measuring to Improve.
The Chronicle’s live discussions do not require registration. Simply return to this page at noon Eastern time on the day of the scheduled discussion and click on the box below to participate. If you cannot participate during the live event, the full transcript will be available afterward in the box below.