Capstone – Project Charter
Building a KPI Dashboard to Track Progress with Key Initiatives
A Collaboration Between
HOST VENUE ADDRESS
- 197 East Broadway, New York, NY, USA
- Business planning, with preference for experience in and/or interest in non-profit organizations
- Financial modeling
- Data visualization and analysis
- Detailed understanding of non-profit data management strategies, challenges, and best practices
- Insight into nonprofit data reporting (compliance, foundation, private donor audiences)
- Insight into nonprofit financial planning and analysis
- Insight into non-profit growth strategy
Company Supervising Team
Course Info & Engagement Details
|School||University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business|
|Engagement Format||Capstone - Small Team Consulting Project - Students work in small groups of 2-6 directly with faculty and host company project champions on developing real solutions to real-world challenges.|
|Program||College of Business|
|Course||2020 SPRING – MBA Interterm (IMPACT)|
|Students Enrolled||120 Enrolled, 2-5 per group per project|
|Meeting Day & Time||3/2 - 3/5/2019 on-site at host company|
|Student Time Commitment||1-3 Hours Per Week|
|Company Time Commitment||3-5 Hours|
|Duration||4 days (03/02/2020 - 03/05/2020)|
|Departments Involved||Data Management|
Software Design & Development
There are currently no students assigned.
January 19, 2020
Student Teams Finalized. Companies provided with final roster of students that will be visiting your office to work on the interterm project.
February 7, 2020
Companies will send a formal welcome/on-boarding email to students to get them excited and ramped up for the project, which should include any pre-work/pre-reading. We’ll provide you with a template you can use when we notify you of your student roster.
March 2, 2020
OFFICIAL PROJECT LAUNCH: Students will be on-site working for the week
March 5, 2020
OFFICIAL PROJECT END: Students will present results to company leadership on-site
Key Milestones & Project Process
March 2, 2020 - Part 1: Analysis and Automization of Agency and Key Performance Indicators
Identify key performance indicators that are unique to individual programs, as well as those that make sense to track across programs. Work to identify opportunities to combine KPI outcomes within a single, unified data visualization and develop automated process for integrating disparate datasets.
Document highlighting key performance indicators, ideal benchmarks, and opportunities to combine data that is similar but currently lives in different data sources within the agency.
March 2, 2020 -
March 3, 2020 - Part 2: Analysis of Agency Business Model to Connect KPI with Budget Priorities
Utilize business model and target revenues to set priorities for KPI outcomes and identify outcomes that require refinement and/or benchmarking.
Slide deck aligning current KPI with agency business model and budget.
March 3, 2020 -
March 5, 2020 - Part 3: Visual representation of uniform key outcome indicators across diverse agency programs.
Using automated processes, draw data from disparate data sets within the agency into a single location for analysis and reporting purposes.
Tableau (or similar visualization output) visualization of approximately 10 priority KPI across agency programs, including Early Childhood Education, Youth Programming, Adult Education, Advocacy, Membership, and Older Adult Services.
March 5, 2020 -