Nonprofit organizations and foundations are increasingly dependent on digital data to inform their strategies, monitor their progress, manage their organizations, and pursue their missions. How can organizations and leaders maximize the opportunities presented by increased data use to drive evidence-based decision making and optimize limited resources?
Brought to you by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, Stanford’s Digital Civil Society Lab and Powered by Data, Transform the Sector is a one-day conference about revolutionizing the Canadian social sector's use of data. The conference is the first stop on the Do Good Data / Data on Purpose world tour launched by the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society’s Digital Civil Society Lab.
Join global thought leaders Lucy Bernholz (USA), Andrew Means (USA), and Tristan Lumley (UK) for skillfully-led sessions on topics ranging from standardized measurement, to building the data capacity of the social sector, to how organizations can take advantage of emerging data practices.
With the support of the Carold Institute, we're making 10 full bursaries available to cover registration, travel, and accommodation costs for individuals facing financial barriers. Find out more here, and spread the word!