Archive for Sharing and Using Data

The Webinar Command Center: Give Better Webinars by Organizing Your Physical Space

The Webinar Command Center: Give Better Webinars by Organizing Your Physical Space

Dataviz is great, but only goes so far if you can’t show it well during a live presentation or webinar. In February I tweeted this image of Johanna Morariu and I getting ready to give an Innovation Network webinar. I jokingly referred to our conference…

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#14NTC: 2120 attendees from 1081 nonprofits in 21 countries

#14NTC: 2120 attendees from 1081 nonprofits in 21 countries

Earlier this month I attended the Nonprofit Technology Network’s (NTEN) Nonprofit Technology Conference (14NTC) in Washington, DC. NTEN is this energetic community of tech people who use their skills to improve nonprofits rather than running off to the private sector. Everyone genuinely wants to hear…

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Making Evaluation Happen When you are not in the Room: Part 3, Engaging Systems

Making Evaluation Happen When you are not in the Room: Part 3, Engaging Systems

This is the third of a three part series on how internal evaluators can think about building their organization’s evaluation capacity and is based on a talk at Eval 13 by the same name.  Last post, I wrote about engaging people within the organization to…

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Making Evaluation Happen When you are not in the Room: Part 2: Engaging People

Making Evaluation Happen When you are not in the Room: Part 2: Engaging People

This is the second of a three part series on how internal evaluators can build their organization’s evaluation capacity and is based on a talk at Eval 13 by the same name.  Last post, I wrote about starting from scratch when you first begin evaluation…

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Making Evaluation Happen When you are not in the Room: Part 1, Starting From Scratch [Guest post by Patrick Germain]

Making Evaluation Happen When you are not in the Room: Part 1, Starting From Scratch [Guest post by Patrick Germain]

This is the first of a three part series on how internal evaluators can think about building their organization’s evaluation capacity and sustainability and is based on a talk at Eval13 by the same name. Any evaluator, internal or external, working to incorporate evaluative practices…

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