Metrics to Help You do More of What Works!

This week on #GrantChat Katie Paine is joining us to discuss metrics to help you do more of what works. 

Katie Delahaye Paine, aka The Measurement Queen, has been a pioneer in the field of measurement for three decades. She has founded two measurement companies, KDPaine & Partners Inc., and The Delahaye Group.  Her books, Measure What Matters (Wiley, March 2011) and Measuring Public Relationships (KDPaine & Partners, 2007) are considered must-reads for anyone tasked with measuring public relations and social media. Her latest book, written with Beth Kanter, Measuring the Networked Nonprofit: Using Data to Change the Worldis the 2013 winner of the Terry McAdam Book Award. Her latest company, Paine Publishing is the first educational publishing firm entirely dedicated to making more Measurement Mavens.

Question Preview:

Q1: How would you define success in your grant programs? #grantchat

Q2: What metrics are you currently using in your grant programs? #grantchat

Q3: Why is having established metrics important? #grantchat

Q4: If you have nothing in place, where/how do you set up a measurement program? #grantchat

Q5: What tools do you use in your measurement program? #grantchat

Q6: How do you fit measurement into your budget? #grantchat

Q7: What do you do when you have lots of data, but it doesn’t mean anything and you don’t know what to do with it? #grantchat

Q8: What’s the hardest part of measurement? #grantchat

Q9: How do you tie your results to revenue? #grantchat

Q10: What shouldn’t we be measuring? #grantchat


We’re looking forward to having you join @Grant_Chat at 12 Noon ET. Join our Grantchat Facebook Group to get the check in question and to keep the discussion going!

Guests: Katie Delahaye Paine @queenofmetrics

Sponsor: GrantHub @Grant_Hub

Host: Jo Miller, GPC @jm_grants

Presented: SmartEGrants @smartegrants

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