“This has been the crossover year for Big Data — as a concept, as a term and, yes, as a marketing tool. Big Data has sprung from the confines of technology circles into the mainstream.” — The New York Times
What Big Data is, and what it means for how grants are made, are key questions in philanthropy circles thanks to the explosion of data-minded collaborative projects like The Reporting Commitment. Are grantmakers using Big Data? How does a foundation begin its Big Data adventure? What about privacy concerns? Will focusing on numbers take the humanity out of philanthropy?
GMNsight’s Spring 2013 edition considers all of these questions and more. The edition includes “Big Data in Small Pieces,” a guide to catching up and keeping up with the Big Data revolution .
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