Tag Archives: Data Silo

Intuition Versus Insight

December 31, 2015 — 

Gain insight into your nonprofit decisions with facts and figures, not guesses. Recently, I was having a conversation with an acquaintance of mine who happens to be the Chief Operating Officer of a midsize nonprofit. We were discussing the intersection…Read more…

Nonprofits And New Technology

September 30, 2015 — 

In the early days of the California gold rush, Americans with urgent messages for the western frontier were confronted with a problem. The westernmost United States Post Office was located near the very heart of the country in St. Joseph, Missouri, barely 200 miles west of the Mississippi…Read more…

Empower Your Nonprofit Staff to Perform Higher Value Work

August 14, 2015 — 

Instead of having to “do more with less,” here’s how your nonprofit can better allocate resources to “do more with more.” Since the Great Recession, nonprofit organizations have grown in both size and number. Donation participation and gift totals are at an all-time…Read more…

5 Biggest Benefits of Bulldozing Your Data Silos

January 15, 2015 — 

Nobody likes silos—well, except maybe farmers. Many nonprofit organizations continue to put information into silos. We call these disconnected applications “point solutions”: one product for marketing, another for volunteer and event management, and something else for donor profiles. These silos have a direct…Read more…