Latest Issue of NTEN:Change is Live: Myth-Busting, Everyday Innovation, Case-Studies, Confessions, and More

Submitted by Annaliese on Thu, 03/01/2012 - 7:38am

Has it been a year already since we launched NTEN's quarterly digital journal for nonprofit leaders? Indeed it has, and the latest issue could be our best ever.

I'm pleased to announce Issue Five of NTEN:Change, A Quarterly Journal for Nonprofit Leaders!

NTEN's publication (which was recently honored with a Publishing Trendsetter Award) is free and hot off the press. In it you'll find:

  • "Five Communications Myths that Executive Directors Believe," from Kivi Leroux Miller, based on the 2012 Communications Trends Report.
  • "Using Everyday Technology to Improve Your Services," from Idealware's Laura Quinn and MAP for Nonprofits' Amy Wagner, with tips and inspiration for finding the innovation within your existing technology.
  • An Interview with representatives from the UN Global Pulse Initiative
  • Three Case-Studies that document how three different nonprofits developed their social media policies.
  • Nonprofit Leaders sharing how they determine whether a technology project has been successful.
  • An episode of the "askDeborah" podcast series, presented by the CTK Foundation
  • And our newest column: "Confessions of a Former Nonprofit IT Director"

The latest issue also features articles from NTEN experts in our "Tech Across Your Org" and "DIY Nonprofit Technology" sections. And TechSoup's Ariel Gilbert-Knight provides a "Leadership Cheat Sheet" for tackling your organization's technology plan. And . . . I couldn't possibly list everything here in this blog post, so please open the new issue to see more (and make sure your Executive Director and Board Members read this):