A team of MBA post-graduate students from the Warwick Business School has just completed a project with Kairos WWT
The project looked at a variety of new initiatives including the development of a computerised database which forms the heart of a new reporting system. This system will enable KairosWWT to maximise the impact of our work by streamlining administration process and thus enhancing the measurement of the impact on the women it assists.
“As a growing charity, we are always keen to enhance the way we work and the way we capture the impact that we make on the local community. We needed to develop our systems for monitoring and evaluation in order to track our achievements, further improve services and enhance our sustainability.” Lucia Gattuso, Project Manager
According to the Warwick team, who got involved as part of theWarwickBusinessSchool’s commitment to the local community, the project turned out to be both rewarding and demanding:
“We have thoroughly enjoyed applying our diverse business experience to this unfamiliar area”, said Mark Leddy, one of the Warwick Business School team. “With limited resources Kairos WWT does some amazing work with an area of society that is very misunderstood and we were delighted have the opportunity to assist them.”