Building a KPI Dashboard to Track Progress with Key Initiatives

Case Synopsis

We seek to enhance the work of our over 30 programs by developing a dashboard of Key Performance Indicators that can integrate program output/outcomes information with budget information to provide a comprehensive picture of program performance to staff and agency leadership. Our goal is to use this partnership as a springboard for a fully-functioning KPI dashboard that can inform our agency’s efforts to better serve community members by identifying program strengths, challenges, and potential risks.    

REQUIRED PREREQUISITES

  • Business planning, with a preference for experience in and/or interest in non-profit organizations
  • Financial modeling
  • Data visualization and analysis

Relevant Topics

Data Management

Data Scrubbing & Reorganization
Data Synthesis & Visualization
KPI Design Visualization

Growth Strategy

Business Opportunity Research
Prospecting New Relationships
Designing & Scaling Processes

Operations

Process Design Review
Scalability Assessment
Inter-Departmental Efficiency Assessment

Software Design & Development

MVP Design & User Testing
Systems Integration
Technology Roadmap Planning

Learning Objectives

  • 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 Overview

NameEducational Alliance
TaglineHistoric social services non-profit serving 50,000 New Yorkers annually across the lifespan.
HQNew York
RevenueUnlisted
# Employees100-500
Hiring Potential
  • Follow-on Projects
Growth StageMedium Business
Websitehttps://edalliance.org/
Funding StatusPhilanthropic/Donor/Grant-Based
Funding Size10,000,000 - 50,000,000
DescriptionEducational Alliance is a social services non-profit serving 50,000 New Yorkers annually across its network of community centers on the Lower East Side and East Village neighborhoods of Manhattan. We provide individuals and families high-quality, multi-generational programs and services that enhance their wellbeing and socioeconomic opportunities. As we have for 130 years, we offer best-in-class programming–now across 15 sites—focusing on a mix of education, health and wellness, arts and culture, and civic engagement. We work across traditional boundaries and address the full hierarchy of needs – from simple meals to educational, recreational, social, civic, and cultural supports.
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