Measurement 101 for Nonprofits eBook Released by Paine Publishing
Practical handbook by the co-author of Measuring the Networked Nonprofit
Katie Paine, co-author with Beth Kanter of the award-winning book, Measuring the Networked Nonprofit—Using Data to Change the World, has released an eBook designed to serve as the practical handbook for any nonprofit wanting to become a data-informed organization.
Paine wrote the book in response to feedback she has received since Measuring the Networked Nonprofit was first published. “Since our book came out, I’ve been getting questions from nonprofits about how to make measurement a reality, and how to implement good metrics. I’ve been accumulating those questions and my answers for the past few years and the result is this eBook,” said Paine. “Things are moving so fast in the measurement world, we chose to put out an electronic handbook so we can update it as new tools and techniques are released.”
Buyers of the eBook may also join Paine’s subscriber-exclusive monthly Measurement Hour in which she answers any measurement questions her readers have.
Measurement 101 for Nonprofits provides practical, detailed guidance on how nonprofits can become data-informed organizations. It covers everything from a simple checklist to begin the measurement process to detailed guidance on how to analyze results. Other topics include:
· Seven tips to help you understand your data
· How to budget for measurement (including 6 ways to measure if you have no budget)
· Understanding and measuring the different levels of engagement
· Criteria for selecting the right vendors, tools, and metrics
Measurement 101 for Nonprofits is available for $101 and can be purchased by visiting: http://painepublishing.com/measurement-mall/
Paine Publishing, LLC is a New Hampshire-based consulting firm founded by Katie Delahaye Paine in 2013. Its mission is to train and advise individuals and organizations on how to measure their public relations, social media, marketing, and communications efforts. Her company also publishes The Measurement Advisor, the world’s only newsletter dedicated to expert advice, how-to articles, and industry news for communications professionals.