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Data Sucks, Information Rocks: Using Data to Measure Performance & Outcomes

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April 11, 2013 - 11:00am PDT

About the Webinar

Data is just bits and bytes, but understanding your data can empower your organization to make better decisions and communicate your impact. Join thought leader Debra Natenshon for an in-depth discussion on how to turn your data into valuable information, and how to make the connections between strategy and actionable outcomes that will lead to improved internal management, increased funding, and continuous improvement for even greater impact.

Debra Natenshon
CEO, The Center for What Works
The Rensselaerville Institute

Debra B. Natenshon, CEO, The Center for What Works at The Rensselaerville Institute, is an influential leader in the field of outcome-based thinking and management. With the Urban Institute, she completed ground-breaking research to develop outcome frameworks in use by a wide spectrum of social sector organizations. She is a member of the Alliance for Effective Social Investing and has advised many leading organizations, including: GuideStar, FSG Social Impact Advisors, and McKinsey and Co. Debra founded the Chicago professional chapter of Net Impact. She lives just outside Chicago with her husband and three sons.