In an increasingly demanding fundraising environment, development leaders need to make better use of data when charting a path forward. Stakes are high on all fronts: elevated donor expectations, huge production goals, new funding priorities. Yet for most development programs, available resources remain the same. To create new value for the health system, it’s crucial for philanthropy teams to work smarter, not just harder.
This research briefing outlines key principles to using information—quantitative and qualitative—to actively shape your strategy in effective ways. We will follow three different philanthropy teams—a community health system, academic medical center, and children’s hospital—through the following steps:
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Philanthropy Performance Benchmark Generator