“Data-driven & Doable – Frank Talk about Managing to Outcomes”
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
6:00-6:30pm Networking and Refreshments
Location: 144 Second St, San Francisco
This event is FREE! Register via Eventbrite.
There are limited spots available.
Data-driven & Doable is made possible by the Presenting Sponsor, Rosov Consulting, in partnership with StartingBloc Bay Area, Young Nonprofit Professionals Network San Francisco Bay Area (YNPNsfba) and EPIP Bay Area. The event is generously hosted by Rally at the RallyPad.
About the workshop:
Data-driven & Doable is a one-of-a-kind event bringing together young professionals and senior management from Bay Area nonprofits and foundations for a candid look at the managing-to-outcomes movement and its implications for emerging leaders.
Managing-to-outcomes is about defining success, collecting data and using it to increase organizational effectiveness. In short, it’s about how you know that you’re making a difference.
The evening will combine elements of an interactive workshop and a film screening featuring special guest host, Kate Robinson, director of the upcoming PBS documentary, Saving Philanthropy: Resources to Results.
Who should attend?
General registration for this event is specifically intended for young nonprofit and foundation professionals.
People are encouraged to attend who have personal experience (good, bad or in-between) with outcomes measurement, program management and/or evaluation.