This news was sent to us by Brett Meyer of NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network.
All nonprofits need to manage data. This one-day workshop in Boston will help you look at ways to help make data easier to manage, more useful and more mission focused. Useful data helps nonprofits make good decisions about where to focus efforts, how to allocate resources and can also help secure funding. Part of practically every staff position in a nonprofit requires managing data – we’ll show you how you can improve your efficiency and get to the data that helps you do your job better.
You’ll be inspired by examples of nonprofits using data well. We’ve put together an agenda that includes sessions for both nonprofit staff and leadership – both are encouraged to attend to help your organization create the conditions for improving your management of data from both a management and a technical perspective.
Thanks to the generous support of Google, we’re able to bring this program to you for free!
When: September 13, 2012 – 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Eastern
Where: 40 Edwin Land Boulevard, Cambridge, MA 02142
For more information and to register for this one-day event, visit NTEN’s website.