The Bots are Here: Leading With Our Humanity in the Age of Automation by Allison Fine and Beth Kanter What nonprofits need to do to make sure that they are in charge of the bots, not the other way around. Taking a virtual walk with Yeshi may not help you get your steps in for the day, but it will be fascinating and educational.… Read More
That long awaited moment is here: robots have become a regular part of our daily lives. But are they here to help or hurt us? Beth Kanter and I explore this question in a post called: The Robots Are Here: How Nonprofits Can Make Sure They Save Rather Than Kill Us. As Beth mentions in […] The post The Bots are Here: Nonprofit Friends or Foes? appeared first on Allison Fine.
Ready for a fresh batch of Mixed Links? Join me then… There is lots of buzz about influencer marketing right now. Beth Kanter wants to know Is Influencer Marketing Part of Your Nonprofit’s Social Media Strategy in 2018? Use these Tips for Creating a Stellar “About Us” Page for Your Website. Want to start creating videos […]
Happy Friday! Let’s celebrate the end of another week with some Mixed Links… If you want to know how others write, see 6 Writing and Productivity Rituals from the Copyblogger Creative Team. Beth Kanter gives us a Step-by-Step Guide: Nonprofit Walking Meetings. Boost Facebook posts? Things are changing – Facebook Culls 17 Types of Posts that Pages […]
Good Friday to you, kind people! Let us partake of the finest Mixed Links in the land…. (But make sure you stay til the end to check out the great webinars we have lined up for you over the next several weeks!) Beth Kanter shares The Power of Small Wins: Celebrating Your Nonprofit’s To-Dones. Have a […]
Happy Friday, everyone! Join me for some of the best Mixed Links around… Something that could help you with your nonprofit communiations – How to Add Color and Richness to Your Writing … Without Making Us Want to Barf. Beth Kanter reviews Julia Campbell’s book Storytelling in the Digital Age. Wild Apricot shares 49 Popular Nonprofit […]
Guest bloggers Beth Kanter & Aliza Sherman wrote The Happy, Healthy Nonprofit, a must read for communicators & fundraisers. If there is one thing we can agree on, it is that that last quarter of 2016 was especially stressful. Not just the usual hectic workload of year-end campaigns, but a difficult election season—a combination that has […]
On Failure and Fun In this video, Beth Kanter, discusses the prominent resistance to using failure in the nonprofit sector to our benefit or as a learning mechanism. It is helpful to move out of … read more AJBlog: Field Notes Published 2016-03-10 A Design Thinking Frame of Mind When you’re watching things go down in flames […]
I just saw this article (via Beth Kanter’s Twitter feed) about the evils of smartphones. In this particular article, Sheldon Yellen talks about being a more effective CEO by continuing to use his old flip phone. He says this: “… keeping my flip phone and saying “no” to constant interruptions was one of my most profitable […]
I've been either head down or on the run so I haven't blogged much in the last few weeks. Here are a few things of note:1. New Markets for Good website - worth checking out the new column from Beth Kanter, some posts which will be coming...Show More Summary
I wrote this about the SHARE Conference. Here's Beth Kanter's on the same conference, and here's a great post from TechSoup. Here's part of a twitter exchange Beth and I had across the plenary sessions: I wrote my post in the middleShow More Summary
Nonprofit Blog Carnival Share Your Posts on Measurement and Learning from Your Data: January Nonprofit Blog Carnival - Beth's Blog. We're excited that Beth Kanter is hosting the Carnival for January. If you haven't contributed to the Carnival before, this is a terrific opportunity. Show More Summary
Happy Friday! Let’s have a round of Mixed Links… Blackbaud shares key technology trends that will have the biggest impact on the nonprofit sector in 2014. The Nonprofit Blog Carnival is taking submissions for January. Beth Kanter is hosting and is asking you to Share Your Posts on Measurement and Learning from Your Data. Show More Summary
Happy Friday! Let’s start the weekend off with some Mixed Links… Blackbaud is doing a series of training webinars for nonprofits as part of their npExperts program. Some npExperts include Carie Lewis, Beth Kanter, Steve MacLaughlin and myself. Show More Summary
Today we take a break from our regularly scheduled programming to support a member of the nonprofit community. Beth Kanter has had an enormous impact on the nonprofit sector, helping organizations be more networked and more confident in our use … Continue reading ?
Most people in the social good space know of Beth Kanter. Co-author of The Networked Nonprofit and Measuring the Networked Nonprofit, each of which has topped Amazon's list of non-profit bestsellers, Kanter has more than 30 years ofShow More Summary
On April 29, 2013 I'll be joining Rob Reich for a conversation about philanthropy and social media. The discussion follows a great workshop featuring Beth Kanter, Matthew Bishop, Jeremy Heimans, Aaron Sherinian, and Peter Sims. BothShow More Summary
Beth Kanter and KD Paine recently published a book, Measuring the Networked Nonprofit: Using Data to Change the World, in which they argue quite compellingly that nonprofits can greatly improve their effectiveness by following the example of many organizations in the for-profit world and adopting a more metrics-minded approach to their activities. Because that is essentially [...]
Beth Kanter, whose blog is a clearinghouse for information on how organizations can use new technology for good, is rethinking how a nonprofit acts in the digital world.
Beth Kanter, whose blog is a clearinghouse for information on how organizations can use new technology for good, is rethinking how a nonprofit acts in the digital world. Editor’s Note This is the latest profile in Catchafire's Generosity...Show More Summary