Remember back when people said your nonprofit needed to be on MySpace?
And then Facebook. And Twitter. And now, probably, Google+. We've certainly encouraged you to adopt new technologies. (Well, not MySpace.)
But it's not about any particular technology. It's about innovation. It's about seeing an opportunity to spread your message, find more donors, engage your constituents, meet your mission – and taking it.
To do that, you need to foster creative thinking at your organization, at every level.
We've engaged Randal Moss and David Neff, authors of The Future of Nonprofits: Thrive and Innovate in the Digital Age, to lead a course on creating a culture of innovation that will help your org become a technology leader.
Plus, the first 30 registrants get a free copy of their book!
Technology leaders don't need to be at the director level. To help spread the power of innovation, we believe you need to help lead the charge to spread technology into every department of your organization, regardless of your official title.
In this webinar series, full of case studies and expert insights, you'll get the keys to change the way your nonprofit works today. You'll learn:
- That innovation is not out of reach of a small organization.
- Innovation is a way of thinking, a culture, as much as it is a process.
- Being aware of your environment fosters creativity that promotes ideas for solutions.
- Having a structure that can identify break-through solutions and test them quickly is more important than the ideas themselves.
- To be successful, you have to engage your staff and and peripheral community fully. The lone innovator is a myth; more brainpower yields more results.
It's true, Facebook may lose its importance one day. But the things we learn about engaging audiences there will still be applicable to future technologies.
We just have to be ready and willing to adapt.