NTEN Announces Launch of New Publication for Nonprofit Leaders (and It's Free!)

Submitted by Annaliese on Fri, 03/18/2011 - 9:21am

You already know that technology can help you and your organization create the change you want to see in the world. NTEN's mission is to help you do that.

As part of that effort, we’re excited to introduce NTEN:Change, a quarterly journal for nonprofit leaders. Through in-depth articles, case-studies, best practices, leader profiles, and discussions, NTEN:Change will provide the guidance and practical considerations crucial to making the sound investments and decisions that will help your organization achieve its mission.

Today at the 11NTC, NTEN's Executive Director, Holly Ross, announced the launch of the journal during the morning plenary. But she also recorded a special message for you:

The first issue features such fantastic articles as “Boosting Board Collaboration” by Idealware’s Chris Bernard, a series of predictions and insights from the NTEN community of experts about what to expect in 2011, a look at Network for Good’s landmark study, “What 1.9 Million Donors Tell Us About Online Fundraising,” and much more.

Thanks to the generous support of Google, NTEN is proud to offer NTEN:Change to the nonprofit community for free!

You’ll be able to read the journal on your computer, download it to PDF or print select pages, or even access it from your iPad, iPhone, Android, or Kindle.

While social change might be hard, getting NTEN:Change is easy! Sign up to have it delivered to your in-box.