Data disciple - Rosie Ferguson, London Youth chief executive

Derren Hayes
Monday, July 6, 2015

London Youth chief Rosie Ferguson on how measuring outcomes can help improve youth services.

Rosie Ferguson: “The more data we share with our staff and members about the impact they’re having, once they understand it, the hungrier they are for more.” Picture: Francis Augusto Photography
Rosie Ferguson: “The more data we share with our staff and members about the impact they’re having, once they understand it, the hungrier they are for more.” Picture: Francis Augusto Photography

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