“Let's Digitally Transform!”
Yes, but where do I begin...
Begin with the Impact-First Conference and walk away with the practical guidelines and concrete steps to gauge and improve how you use data as part of your organization's digital transformation journey.
Join fellow program managers, digital transformation leads, M&E specialists, and data management experts this spring in a conversation around the practical challenges of implementing a digital transformation strategy through a practical impact-focused lens. Workshop with peers in the humanitarian, public health, and development sectors to evaluate and identify Impact outcomes in data management and strategize how to implement best practices into your organization’s digital transformation.
With Keynote Speaker- Larry Brilliant, MD, MPH
Dr. Larry Brilliant is an American epidemiologist, technologist, philanthropist, and author of "Sometimes Brilliant." While working as a United Nations medical officer for 10 years in India, he played a key role in the successful WHO smallpox eradication program in South Asia. He was the inaugural Ex. Director of Google.org and President & CEO of the Skoll Global Threats Fund. Brilliant currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Ending Pandemics, and sits on the boards of the Skoll Foundation, Salesforce.org, The Seva Foundation, and Dharma Platform.
Become an Impact-First Organization Today
Transform your organization with a practical, intuitive framework to translate your data into insights and stories to help prove impact and improve data practices.
Control Knobs are the general features in a data management system that organizations can adjust to improve performance. These are the inputs whose modification in the data life cycle will alter one or several aspects of the digital transformation journey. Any targeted adjustment to a Control Knob is defined as an intervention.
Outcomes are organized into four groups based on their similarities and interconnectedness. These four Outcome Areas are based on sector best practices and represent the central principles and desirable outcomes of the Impact-First Framework. These outcomes are determined by Control Knobs, and modified by interventions.
Meet Members of the Team
A strong belief in the power of good data to save lives runs through the heart of Impact-First. The Impact-First Team represents those working at the cutting edge of technological innovation and humanitarian and development work. As field practitioners and former Program Managers, the Team has spent countless hours on the ground observing and implementing transformative digital strategies within NGOs, UN agencies and donors. Meet them here and watch this space for additions to the Agenda Steering Committee.