If this is not the first time you have been to our website, you have seen that we have a prejudice toward keeping donor data private. We believe that we are stewards of our donor’s information. If you are agree, or are just curious, you may like to know where your personal data is stored. […]
Technology Performance Indicators
In this series, Key and Technology Performance Indicators we begin a conversation with nonprofit board members about how they might think and talk about data and how to set clear reporting goals for measuring success and efficiency in their organizations. Board members don't need to get into the weeds of technology, but rather we help them to ask the right questions and draw appropriate conclusions to successfully guide their nonprofits into the future.
Nonprofit Boards need data in order to understand how their organization is performing. As described in our previous blog on TPI’s, or Technical Performance Indicators, there are data points that help diagnose what is happening with their organization. We highlighted one diagnosis as being the area of repeat donors. For this post, we want to […]
We have had some interesting reactions from Board Member of nonprofit organizations about statistics we have recently published. Our recent blog about donor data, seems to be a conversation starter. Improve Key Performance Indicators by using TPI’s Internal discussions found us using the term TPI for Technology Performance Indicators. We think that reviewing some TPI’s […]
Board Members Need to Know What Data is Available Recently at NPTech Projects we posted a blog about technology for Board members of nonprofit organizations (https://nptechprojects.org/nonprofit-board-members-technology). As requested we did get several responses, and most were centered on the comment we published about only 26% of donors return to donate the following year. What other […]
Helping Your Nonprofit NPTech Projects is a nonprofit organization located in Florida. Our purpose is to assist other nonprofits with technical issues and projects. I want to share a portion of a discussion I recently had with a person who is active in charities and sits on multiple Boards. In our discussion, she asked what […]