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Between the Dashboard and the Chair The Human Side of Data for Good Beth KanterAuthor, Speaker and Trainer June, 2014 – Gates Foundation
Beth 399 Data that Inspires Change and Leads To Better Outcomes Healthy Range >150 Triglycerides: Test Results
I was ignoring the data on my dashboard!!
I Needed Better Data and To Collect More Often
Dashboard To Collect Data Connected To Goals
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The Human Side of Data for Good
Technical Outcome Identification and OMM Consensus on Outcome Identification and OMM Human Transactional Metrics Transformational Metrics Data Collection and Hygiene Quantitative Statistical Analysis Impact Data informed and Agile Visualization & Storytelling Qualitative Sense-making, reflection Learning Spreadsheets
What Happens When You Don’t Balance Human and Technical?
A Few Stories: Getting Consensus and Buy-In
Human and Technical Data Practice Issues Emerged
A Paper Prototype of the Dashboard
What should the movement as a whole measure? What should partners and participants measure for their individual campaigns?
Designing Data for People and Communities
Data for Good Begins with People