Part 5 in a series on MapDash analytics
After the last blog post in our series on MapDash Analytics, some of you asked, “What is the most appropriate way for me to consider what the indicators of the Congregational Vitality Index (CVI) are trying to tell me?”
I find that the best analogy to the Green-Yellow-Red ratings of the indicators that make Congregational Vitality Index (as well as the factors that make up those indicators) is that they are “warning lights,” like the “check engine” light on your car’s dashboard:
- If it’s green, keep on driving – but keep up your scheduled maintenance
- If it’s yellow, attention required – make an appointment to have it checked
- If it’s red, urgent attention required – stop the car right now and have it towed to the dealer.