- Organisational Design
- Organisational Resilience
- Lloyds Bank Foundation Development Partner - Infrastructure Programme
- Good Data
- Collaborative Leadership on Data
- Digital Pathfinders - Data workshops
- Data about the sector research
- Research on CAST Design Hops
- No-Code for Good Community
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Developed alongside Lloyds Bank Foundation, Embrace Finance and Marvix Enterprises
The Organisational Resilience programme was developed to support charities to develop their own resilience. It was developed with small charities, for small charities. It takes 10 Principles as the basis of a resilient organisation and supported charities to examine themselves through these Principles.
The OR programme also supported a place approach to examining resillience, recognising that many of the factors that directly or indirectly affect a charities resilience are not always within their control. Through the place approach, people can look at resilience in a cross sector way and develop collaborative approaches to improved resilience.
An OR Guide is include below for you to use freely. We have several facilitators who are experienced in deliverying this for your organisation. If you would like to discuss a facilitated approach for you organsation, or within a peer or place group please get in touch.
Lloyds Bank Foundation Development Partner - Infrastructure Programme
We are the development partner for the Lloyds Bank Foundation Infrastructure programe supporting the development of 15 Infrastructure Organisations in England and Wales.
We offer organisations with a whole range of support including strategy, digital, data
We currate and host the Good-data.co.uk site which is an ever expanding set of free resources, sources and reading on data for the social sector.
This is a collection of resources, and ideas to help small social purpose organisations with data. It was put together by Tom Watson for #DoItMakeItShareIt on 26/02/2021 and updated after Data4GoodFest It is a work in progress**.** If you would like to add or share resources, tools, data sources then please use the google docs located under ADD THINGS.
It was put together using Notion and uses a bit of code to route it through Cloudflare to a custom domain
Collaborative Leadership on Data
This programme of work is on behalf of the Data Collective and involves developing Collaborative Leadership on sector data. We began this work in June 2021
You can read more about this work here
Digital Pathfinders - Data workshops
As part of the Digital Pathfinders programme we created and delivered workshops on data for social organisations.
A two part masterclass on data for social purpose organisations.
Part 2 will focus on diving deeper into specific skills and techniques
Workshop materials will be shared once complete
Data about the sector research
A rapid scoping research on challenges and potential solutions for improving data about the social sector. Carried out in April 2021 the final report (which includes the background approach) is below. The report formed the basis for developing the Collaborative Leadership on Data programme
Data Insights - Data Collective - Data about the sector Final Version
Last modified by Tom Watson 24 days ago
Research on CAST Design Hops
Working with Tom French and Renesai we undertook some research on behalf of CAST into their Design Hop programme. This involved both quantitative and qualitative data analysis, as well as recomendations for data improvements.
Catalyst News - What we learned from researching Design Hops
Between June and October 2020, we ( Amanda Norrlander from Renaisi, Tom French and Tom Watson from The Good Ship) came together to research and evaluate the Design Hop - a short course which introduces the main concepts of digital service design to charities.
This was one of the first examples of us using 'live outputs' - meaning we presented back a live Airtable as the key output rather than a report.
No-Code for Good Community
We run the No-code for Good community. Here you will find templates, guides and all sorts of helpful things related to no-code.
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