More nonprofits are recognizing that offering some workplace flexibility to employees is not only an attractive benefit, but also can increase productivity and help prevent burnout. Workplace flexibility creates a need for better skills in facilitating virtual meetings, but there are some challenges to running effective virtual or hybrid meetings. Here are some tips to increase engagement and productivity.
It feels like just yesterday we were announcing the pilot of the Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate. And now it's the 1st birthday of the Certificate! Besides eating some cake, we took a look back at the progress and accomplishments that have happened during this first year.
NTEN member Emilio Arocho, Director, Technology and Digital Strategy at the Food and Drug Law Institute, shares his nonprofit tech story, including what his organization did when their website platform failed, the importance of project management skills, and how your contributions make a difference (even if you don't realize it).
We're pleased to welcome Pattie Carlin, NTEN's Finance & Operations Director and newest staff member. Read on to learn more about her history with NTEN, superpower dreams, and what's really important for nonprofit funding.
Social media advertising has become one of the biggest revenue generators and online traffic drivers in marketing. But LinkedIn advertising is quite different than using Facebook or Twitter, from the interface down to targeting. Here are a few things we’ve learned while running advertising tests on LinkedIn.
The City of Austin’s vision is for every resident to have access to the knowledge and resources needed to participate in our emerging digital society. We need affordable and available devices for all residents. And it is critical that all Austinites understand technology and its relevancy to their daily lives, whether for helping with their kids’ homework, looking for jobs, getting access to health information, or accessing online government information.