New compendium of blog posts from Markets For Good captures discussion and debate around how to strengthen the “information infrastructure” of the social sector.

In “Selected Readings: Making Sense of Data and Information in the Social Sector”, 17 bloposts are presented, chosen for their popularity with readers, topic diversity, and thought leadership. The posts and complementary authors’ updates provide a range of perspectives on the most critical data-related challenges facing the social sector and how we can address these challenges. Posts debate new and recurring hurdles such as capacity and capital constraints; how we can incorporate qualitative data, including stories and beneficiary insights, into data-driven decision processes; and big-, medium-, and small-data management.

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