This sample agenda can be adapted to help your collective impact initiative have regular periodic check-ins about your on-going data collection and analysis.
At Living Cities, we think of the use of data for collective impact as a continuous “feedback loop” that helps you change behavior and create systemic change in communities. The goal of this data-driven feedback loop is learning and improvement.
Developing a strong data-driven feedback loop requires regular period check-ins to discuss your data with your collective impact partners. This sample agenda from the Network for Economic Opportunity can be adapted to help your collective impact initiative have those conversations about your on-going data collection and analysis.