Monitoring an enterprise’s key performance indicators (KPIs) in a challenging economic environment makes the difference between profitability and loss, exceeding or failing stakeholders’ expectations, success or failure. Agility is essential, but challenging to achieve without a comprehensive platform that enables executives to see the whole picture as well as each component in real time.
Podcast fans and listeners on-the-go can download our new show: Follow the Data – a podcast about how our work is driving change and making an impact in the areas of education, the arts, the environment, public health and government innovation.
While governments and businesses have reaped big benefits from the revolution in big data and software analytics, nonprofits sometimes lag behind the public and private sectors when it comes to adopting advanced machine learning techniques.
March 15--During CECP’s recent Board of Boards CEO convening held on February 29th, 2016, CECP provided attending CEOs of the world’s largest companies with a comparison of financial and ESG performance, between companies that are affiliated with CECP (“CECP companies”) and other large companies in the Fortune 500 not affiliated with CECP (“non-CECP companies”). Discover with us the most compelling findings.
Survey data used to make the business case for companies’ investments in societal engagement
NEW YORK, January 19, 2016 /3BL Media/ -- CECP, a nonprofit that believes business can and should be a force for good in society, is pleased to announce the opening of the 2016 Giving in Numbers Survey, in association with The Conference Board. The survey is open online January 15, 2016 to March 31, 2016 to companies with revenue of US $2 billion or more, including companies not yet affiliated with CECP.
As far as corporate responsibility goes, 2015 had its ups and downs! We’ve watched as corporate scandals have blurred the line between good deeds and PR, and rejoiced to see many companies in it for the long haul as they’ve successfully aligned their goals to affect long-term sustainability.
Now that 2015 is winding down, it’s a great time to reflect on how far corporate social responsibility (CSR) has come in the last decade, and to look forward to the coming year. Here are 5 CSR trends you’re sure to see more of in 2016.
Congratulations to Linda Roesch, a research fellow in Atlanta, for winning the $20,000 first-place prize in our “Data for Diplomas” challenge!
We asked data experts from across the nation to experiment with public data sets and demonstrate insights that could help boost U.S. high school graduation rates to 90 percent, up from 81 percent today. They studied everything from high school student transfer rates to cold-weather climates.