Does this sound like you?
While you have a lot of data, you don’t know how to make sense of it. When you try, there are too many models and frameworks to pick from and most lack cultural context.
There is not enough attention to support leaders to critically assess the tools for their organizations.
We change your relationship
And show you data and information are your friends. We redefine the ways in which you interact with data so that it becomes useful information. This includes determining your strategic questions, understanding your current data environment, mapping what you have with what you want to know, and looking for opportunities to use/modify what is working and building upon those practices.
We demystify jargon
And give you the confidence to decide what's right for you. There are too many words and frameworks out there. We teach you to look past the terms and visual representations to the key concepts and underlying values and assumptions. In doing so, you become a better user and consumer and can determine what makes sense for you, for what reason(s) and for how long.
We build muscles
So you can do it on your own. Rethinking how we think and act is hard work. It takes time and practice to create new pathways and to develop a different relationship with data and information. We offer trainings, technical assistance and coaching to get you to a place where we are no longer needed. See our Webinars and Workshops offerings.
Luminare Group recognizes that people may have trauma around data and how it has been used.
We custom design a suite of tools and approaches that align your intentions for real impact
Training Curriculum + Materials
Data Collection + Inquiry Tools, Protocols
Analysis Frameworks + Reporting Templates
- Summary Reports + Presentations
Reflection Guides + Workbooks
Client Spotlight: Fund the People
Fund the People, a national philanthropic change initiative, engaged Luminare Group in its conceptual phase to develop an evaluation framework. This catalyzed a deeper conversation about the questions they need to answer in order to understand if and how their strategies were working—with whom, how and to what end. A Theory of Change serves as an overarching frame for the initiative and a logic model guides annual efforts and data collection and analysis. These two tools support the team in balancing the macro and the micro as they work to shift philanthropic values and investment.
Wanting to strengthen your capacity?
Check out our webinar and workshops or request that we tailor something specifically for you and your team.