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Measuring Success

10 Nov Bigger Data, Better Results?

Originally posted in Net Assets, the bimonthly magazine of NBOA. Data can help independent schools attract better potential students, produce stronger educational outcomes and generate more alumni donations. Click here to view pdf....

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18 Sep GrapeVine to go Live in Los Angeles and Atlanta

GrapeVine is excited to announce that it will go live in two new cities this week: Atlanta, GA and Los Angeles, CA! Part of a broader GrapeVine initiative to engage Jews in community life through technology and database aggregation, the GrapeVine user platform will launch...

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18 Sep Riding Bikes and Making New Friends

By Rachel Rothstein Portland, Oregon reflects a growing Jewish community. When I moved to Portland as a child in 1983, there were 10,000 Jews. Many had been here for a long time, everyone knew everyone, and many people were related. Fast forward to 2014: the Jewish...

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21 Aug Collective Impact’s Power to Transform Jewish Community

By Sacha Litman   One of the big new trends in philanthropy, being played out in education, healthcare, and social services is “Collective Impact.” This new impact-assessment concept relies upon the cooperation of organizations that serve the same population, and, critically, the integration of data systems across...

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23 Jul Is Big Data Too Big for Non-Profits?

Why Big Data remains elusive for the non-profit sector and how collaboration can help By Hannah Romick The words are ubiquitous. Big. Data. Everyone wants it. The for-profit sector has flocked to Big Data like kids to an ice cream truck on a hot summer’s day....

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