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Using Data to Inform Decisions and Plans - NPML noncredit class

Using Data to Inform Decisions and Plans

People who lead programs, teams, departments or organizations are frequently charged with making difficult decisions based on incomplete information. This workshop will draw from evaluative thinking, performance management, strategic planning, and quality improvement techniques to encourage and equip nonprofit professionals to: 1) identify the data they need and 2) to share it and use it to make fact-based decisions and manageable and measurable plans.

Instructor Sarah Buek is the Founder and Principal of The IllumiLab, a consulting firm that helps nonprofits define, measure, and improve their impact. She has worked for the past 14 years in the nonprofit sector, first as a clinical social worker and later in program management, evaluation, and quality improvement. 

Registration fee: $30

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Thursday, September 12 at 1:00pm to 4:00pm

J.C. Penney Building / Conference Center (JCP), 63
1 University Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 63121-4400

Event Type

Orientations, Trainings and Workshops

Target Audience

Faculty, Staff and Retirees, Alumni and Friends, General Public, Prospective Students, Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students

Website

https://mimh.configio.com/pd/1737/usi...

Cost

$30

Group
Public Policy Administration
Department
Arts and Sciences
Hashtag

#umslnonprofit

Contact Name

Gina Parsons

Contact Phone

314-516-6713

Contact Email

parsonsg@umsl.edu

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