Topic: How Data Quality Defines Your OrganizationGarbage Dumpter
Date: Thursday March 19, 2015
Slides and Recording below
What is data quality? Why should it matter to me?
Today’s demanding environments require that non-profits consume more information than ever before—and then represent that information to a diverse audience. The information you gather about your programs and constituents helps drive a superior level of performance, and helps to convince funders and donors that your organization is worth the investment.
Data quality isn’t just for geeks—it is something that successful organizations need to understand—from the highest to the lowest levels of your organization, and across all functional units. This webinar will help you to gain understanding by exploring definitions of data quality, in a manner that will resonate within your organization.
This webinar is ideal for executives, department directors and managers, program managers, and associates—everyone who gathers, manipulates, reports on or analyzes data to advance the mission of their organization.
Peter MiriusPeter Mirus has nearly 20 years of experience as a business/IT executive, strategist, analyst, creative director, and solution developer. Clients have included more than 30 non-profits ranging from start-ups to large international organizations. Special areas of expertise include creating leadership strategies, developing research and analysis products, and building stakeholder consensus. He possesses extensive knowledge of strategic planning models, information technology, marketing/communications, and internal communications.
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