ABOUT THE SEMINAR
Dashboards can help boards and senior management of non-profit organisations get a handle on large amounts of data and see the significance of the data quickly.
- Save time by reviewing highlights
- Track progress toward goals
- Spot potential problems
- Bring all board members up to speed around a shared knowledge base
- Reinforce board oversight by linking structure and process
Dashboards illustrate performance over time. An effective dashboard illustrates rather than tells the audience about needed actions or decisions. The reports are presented with clarity and simplicity. Ideally, a dashboard report conveys in one page the key indicators for the organization and relates those indicators to goals, historical information, or benchmarks.
The items in the dashboard may include:
- Numbers of people served
- Non-profit’s financial indicators
- Non-profit’s outreach
- Illustrate how much progress has been made towards various goals
Dash boards can be Interactive (google data studio) and non-interactive (excel), depending on non-profit’s needs and resources available.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Prework to understand organization’s key business drivers
- Understanding the Process of Developing a Dashboard
- Understanding workflow, roles and responsibilities for Board and its subcommittees Developing in-house
- Dashboard to monitor progress in the (i) Programme; (ii) Fund-raising; (iii) Financial indicators; (iv) Volunteers Management
Led by Dr Isabel Sim, editor of the series of Accounting and Finance Handbooks for Charities, and lead author for Accounting for Good – Helping Charities Do Good Better, a project in collaboration with NUS and ISCA.
For Management, Sub-committee and Board to Track Financials and KPI
Boards and senior management of non-profit organisations get a handle on large amounts of data and see the significance of the data quickly
Pre-approved VCF funding of up to 80% available for charities.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Senior management, Head of Fundraising, Programme HODs, Finance Team, Secretariat serving subcommittee, Board Members
DATES AND TIMES
SEMINAR FEES & FUNDING
Save up to $324 by reserving your seats before 31 July.
Standard Fee $1,836 VWOs-Charities Capability Fund Training Grant $836.00* Community Care Training Grant $183.60** Standard Fee $1,944 VWOs-Charities Capability Fund Training Grant $944* Community Care Training Grant $194.40**
All prices stated include GST.
*Up to 80% seminar fee funding for NCSS member agencies(CCF Subsidy is capped at $1000 per pax)
**Up to 90% seminar fee funding for AIC approved organisations to be claimed directly from AIC. (Full payment is required from participants at the time of registration.)
For details and funding eligibility, please consult with your HR department. Kindly note that we, as the training provider, are unable to assist with inquiries related to this funding.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Dr Isabel Sim
Dr Isabel Sim is the principal consultant at Integrative CSR Consulting. She was formerly Senior Research Fellow, Department of Social Work, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore as well as Director (Projects), Centre for Social Development (Asia). She served as Head of Corporate Governance Practice, Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations (CGIO) and Senior Lecturer, Department of Strategy and Policy, NUS Business School from 2012 to 2014.
She obtained her PhD in finance from The University of Western Australia in 2011. She is the editor of the series Accounting and Finance Handbooks for Charities including Budgeting and Cash Flow Management, Fund Accounting for Charities, Full Cost Recovery for Charities and Cost-Effective Audit for Charities. She is also the lead author for Accounting for Good – Helping Charities Do Good Better, a project in collaboration with NUS and ISCA. Besides extensive experience in applied research in the charity sector, Dr Sim has more than 15 years of experience in teaching working adults. She has taught accounting, corporate governance, finance, and economics subjects in MBA, EMBA, and other professional programmes.