Tag: Best Practices

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June 15, 2018 · Jordan Haberfield

Your board needs more tech experts

Good technology decisions are vital to the success of your nonprofit. So why are so many nonprofit boards devoid of tech experts? »
November 30, 2017 · Amy Sample Ward

Webinar: Tech Accelerate Demo

Tech Accelerate uses the data NTEN has been gathering for a decade into an easy-to-use assessment, report, and benchmarking tool for the nonprofit sector. This free webinar will provide a walk-through of the Tech Accelerator, as well as opportunities to ask questions and learn more.

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October 26, 2017 · Amy Sample Ward

Webinar: Tech Accelerate Demo

Tech Accelerate uses the data NTEN has been gathering for a decade into an easy-to-use assessment, report, and benchmarking tool for the nonprofit sector. This free webinar will provide a walk-through of the Tech Accelerator, as well as opportunities to ask questions and learn more.

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November 28, 2016 · Heather Yandow

Finding and Retaining Donors: Cultivating Your Relationships

The average organization’s donor retention rate is 60%—how can nonprofits increase retention and find more new donors? From the Individual Donor Benchmark Report, some steps for cultivating relationships and tracking donors. »
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November 28, 2016 · Leland Foster

Seven Deadly Weaknesses of Nonprofit Security

Good security doesn't have to be expensive or complicated. Here are some tools and tips on the most common security weaknesses—and how nonprofit leaders can address them. »
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November 22, 2016 · Rella Kaplowitz

3 Tips for Using Data To Tell Your Story, Ethically

Data is an incredibly valuable tool, and as with any tool, we have an ethical responsibility to use it correctly. When it comes to using data for storytelling, we must find a way to be persuasive without being deceptive. »