How Data Quality Defines your Organization (Webinar)

Listen to the MP3 of this webinar. This webinar did not rely extensively on visuals, and lends itself well to listening.

Many nonprofit staff members feel frustrated with data quality problems within their organizations. Are you challenged with data accuracy, incomplete information, lack of integration between systems?

We often feel powerless to address these data quality challenges, in part because simply having the conversation is difficult.

  • What is “data quality?”
  • What makes good data good?
  • How can we better understand how the condition of our data can help or hurt us?
  • What can we do about it?

In this webinar, Build Consulting expert Peter Mirus explores the crucial aspects of data quality at your nonprofit, to help answer the question “What is data quality?” These aspects are: completeness, validity and accuracy, consistency, timeliness, and integrity.

Peter uses examples from the nonprofit and public sectors to show how good data quality can have big fundraising and program impacts. He explores the role of good data at your organization, provides tips on how to get everyone at your organization on the same page, and gives ideas on how to prioritize data for quality improvement.

This webinar was presented in November, 2019.

Don’t miss this chance to learn more on how your organization can create and leverage better data to improve your fundraising and program results!

Transcript coming soon.


  • Peter Mirus Partner

    Peter co-founded Build Consulting in 2015, following over 15 years of nonprofit consulting experience in the areas of technology, branding, marketing, and development. Peter’s work for Build clients has a broad focus spanning many operational areas, including fundraising, program monitoring and evaluation, accounting, and impact reporting/analysis. More »

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