Have you looked outside your organization lately? It’s a busy and crowded world out there filled with digitally empowered, independent individuals that could collectively be your next wave of support.
Amidst the competition for donations, actions, and engagement, how can nonprofits with limited resources successfully amplify their mission and cut through the noise?
In this issue of NTEN: Change, we take a holistic approach to looking at some of these internal processes, including trust building to demonstrate impact, making decisions with data, and prioritizing activities through evaluation. The processes detailed in this issue can help your organization be responsive internally in order to be relevant externally.
Here’s a quick snapshot of the articles:
- Tips for Becoming a Trusted Voice, from Zan McColloch-Lussier, Mixtape Communications
- Determining the ‘Right’ Project, by Laura Dallas Burford, MA, PMP
- Survival of the Most Technological, by Todd Baylis, Qgiv
- Tech Tips for Executive Directors: The Non-Geek/Nonprofit Guide to Keeping Current on Technology, from Cindy Leonard, Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management at Robert Morris University
- “Should we use that fancy new technology?” a helpful infographic from Idealware
We also feature Q & A’s with members of our editorial committee from Groupon and the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits, a compilation of distraction blocking apps, and more!
So get started! The NTEN: Change publication, designed especially for busy nonprofit executive directors, departmental directors, boards, and other leadership staff, is free and ready to download!