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Unlease Your Organizations Knowledge Sharing Processes

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Unlease Your Organizations Knowledge Sharing Processes – Guest Post by Kelcie Tacchi. We wanted the most informed audit we could manage.

Defining Knowledge Management for Your Organization

Idealware

There was no need to ensure that anyone else could use Idealware’s growing base of knowledge because I was the entire organization.

Going for Goal: Shared Knowledge Inspires Successful Giving Days

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Going for Goal: Shared Knowledge Inspires Successful Giving Days. The post was also published on the Knight Foundation blog here.

Test Your Security Knowledge and Win an Amazon Gift Card!

Tech Soup Blog

Need some more information before you start the quiz? Are you a trivia master? Or a security enthusiast? Take the Quiz Now. Study Up. Think.

How to Encourage a Knowledge Sharing Culture

NTEN

Knowledge sharing adds another layer of social media value to the organization, a feedback loop for your social media efforts, an integrated approach to being social. Instead of siloing information, turn it around. Debra Askanase. Partner. Socialbrite. Social media cannot thrive in silos.

Encouraging Grantmakers to Spread Technology Information

Idealware

Thus, if information passed to foundations would generally find its way to nonprofits, we could dramatically increase the amount of information and resources that nonprofits have at their disposal. In fact, most funders, in our experience, don't pass on information to grantees. At all. Trackback URL for this post: [link

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Nonprofits Value a Facebook Like at $214.81

NetWits

While we were there, Blackbaud, NTEN and Common Knowledge released the  2012 Nonprofit Social Networking Benchmark Report. Key Information.

The Knowledge is in the Room: How To Let It Out

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Watech4good Summit. View more presentations from Beth Kanter. There are people who just want an expert on the stage to share their wisdom. 

What Flows Through the Network Defines It. Twitter, Facebook, Ebay, Amazon, School Network, Knowledge Networks, Advocacy Networks

Network-Centric Advocacy

We need to do both while constantly developing shared data that informs the network particiapants and the network designers about what is going on, what is working, and what gaps exist. You could call eBay a social network and you wouldn’t be wrong. eBay does connect people; people who want to sell stuff with people who want to buy stuff.

Google Adds Non-Profit Information To Knowledge Graph, Gives Them A Boost With Google Follow Buttons | TechCrunch

AFP Blog

Google Adds Non-Profit Information To Knowledge Graph, Gives Them A Boost With Google Follow Buttons | TechCrunch : Today, Google announced that it’s now filling up its Knowledge Graph with information about nonprofits, which will help people find the organization they’d like to check out and potentially donate to.

What is Online Knowledge? How can OpenCalais help create better Online Knowledge?

Beaconfire Wire

What I do know about is what knowledge is online. Never mind what the knowledge is built with. Since Sir Tim Berners-Lee ( Yes.

Philanthropy and Sustainable Development: Our Role as Interlocutors for Good

Connection Cafe

She reminded us that, ultimately fulfilling these ambitions is part of what philanthropy has stood for all along.

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How SMS Can Improve Students’ Study Habits

Mobile Commons

Text out a daily study tip, vocabulary word, or interactive problem to test their knowledge and keep them engaged.

How the Nonprofit Sector Can Share What We Learn and Why We Should

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Note from Beth:  I’ve been a big believer in shared knowledge and learning for the sector. Guest Post By Gabriela Fitz and Lisa Brooks.

NetCentric Advocacy: Data:Information: Knowledge: What can we do in 2 years later?

Network-Centric Advocacy

Presidential Election Markets » October 09, 2007 Data:Information: Knowledge: What can we do in 2 years later? Dave Pollard has consistently kicked out some brilliant ideas and observations. I ran across this one again Link: The Psychology of Information: Why we dont share. We want to build actionable knowledge.

ASU Lodestar Center Blog: Research Friday: Myths about Women as.

ASU Lodestar Center

As part of a continuing weekly series, each Friday we invite a nonprofit expert from our academic faculty to highlight a research report or study and discuss how it can inform and improve day-to-day nonprofit practice. This information seems to have a positive influence on mens giving, but not on womens giving. businesses. Andreoni, E.

Growing Organizational Knowledge

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

In the last post I talked about the difficulties we see organizations have in managing knowledge. Writing takes time. But where would that be?

ASU Lodestar Center Blog: Research Friday: Why Do People Stop Giving?

ASU Lodestar Center

Manager of Knowledge Resources ASU Lodestar Center Welcome to Research Friday! As part of a continuing weekly series, each Friday we invite a nonprofit expert from our academic faculty to highlight a research report or study and discuss how it can inform and improve day-to-day nonprofit practice. posted by Stephanie La Loggia, M.A.

Open Community Case Study – Local Government Knowledge Network

SocialFish

Community: Local Government Knowledge Network. In May 2010 ICMA and the Alliance launched the Local Government Knowledge Network.

Test Your Security Knowledge and Win an Amazon Gift Card!

Tech Soup Blog

Need some more information before you start the quiz? Are you a trivia master? Or a security enthusiast? Week Two Quiz: The Best Defense. Scary!

Meatball Subs & Knowledge Management

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

And it's a significant story as your organization starts to think about knowledge management. We see lost knowledge gobbling up time and money in our own organization and in the offices of our clients all the time. Rapid full text search is a very powerful natural language way to retrieve information. Yikes. they say.

Not all knowledge is evidence, not all good advocacy is evidence based. Disagree.

Network-Centric Advocacy

Expereince, evidence and knowledge tell us that policy only changes through inspiring action (not just presenting facts).  . Knowledge (i.e

Lee Bryant at #KMUK10

Amy Sample Ward

I’m here at #KMUK10 , also known as the Knowledge Management UK conference. Value of knowledge is contextual and relative – trying to give it value is a mistake; instead focus on the value of having it and sharing it. We need to free up knowledge in order to have healthier networks to work with.

Reorganizing Your Intranet: A Strategic Approach

Beaconfire Wire

Information Architecture Knowledge Management Usability User Experience© 20TH CENTURY FOX FILM CORP. Not so fast, cutie.  Interviews.

Revitalizing Global Partnerships to Further the Sustainable Development Goals

Connection Cafe

The Power of Partnerships. As a result, their impact is accelerated exponentially. The Power of Using Data in the Media. Looking Forward….

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Eight Steps to Thriving on Information Overload

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I keep on wanting to update my really " Information Coping Skills " workshop curriculum from almost ten years ago. At Blogher, I got a chance to finally meet Jack Vinson who writes a blog called Knowledge Jot With Jack. His recent post " Eight Steps to Thriving on Information Overload " caught my eye.

ZZStructure: Information Design

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Zzstructure "is a way of representing the structure of information. Because of this a bit of fantasy, creativity and an ability to forget previous knowledge is needed in order to understand Zzstructure. cell is the basic unit of information of a Zzstructure structure. Zzstructure structure consists of cells and dimensions.

School's Out for Summer: Don't Miss School Information Administration and Management Webinars

Tech Soup Blog

Nicole McGougan is a Blackbaud public relations associate. Join us as we explore practical, hands-on tips. Aug 14, 2012, 2 p.m. Aug 15, 2012, 2 p.m.

Don't let Knowledge Walk Out the Door

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

In a recent post I sounded off about needless complexity in Information Systems and pointed out how it creates, among other problems, a huge knowledge burden: it gets more and more difficult for anyone to understand the system. But there are numerous early warning signs for us that this boundary area is getting out of control.

Dummie's Guide To Delicious and Knowledge Beginning With Misc.

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Rather than knowledge ending where the miscellaneous begins, now it's beginning with the miscellaneous. (In your face, Aristotle!). 2.

National Rural Health Resource Center Conference

Amy Sample Ward

Topic : Knowledge Networks. Description :  This closing keynote focused on the power of knowledge sharing networks and the tools that support them. Conference information. Presentations from 2011 health knowledge sharing networks presentationDate : July 12-13, 2011. Location : Portland, Maine. Slides.

12+ Great Ways to Share Your Non-Profit's Knowledge Online

Wild Apricot Blog

Collecting information is a large part of what many non-profit organizations do as a part of their mission. When you need to share that information online, PDF format leaps to mind. But aren’t you just a bit bored by PDFs? Your audience, too, may be looking for something fresh.( read more ). Non-profit Communications

5 Keys to Effective Knowledge Transfer for Nonprofits

Wild Apricot Blog

This blog is sponsored by Wild Apricot membership software : a set of tools for membership administration , event registration , website management , online fundraising - with friendly and knowledgeable tech support. Keys to Effective Knowledge Transfer for Nonprofits. SEARCH. Effective communication â?? Message. Method. Messenger.

Associations and Non-Profits Share Knowledge at AssociationJam.org

Wild Apricot Blog

There’s an incredible wealth of information online for member-driven associations and donor-dependent non-profits, but sorting through it all can be quite daunting. That’s where AssociationJam.org comes in — a new way for managers and staff, consultants, volunteers and board members to share their best information and learn from one another.(

Member Round Up: Resources and Knowledge Make it Possible

NTEN

If that isn't enough for you, there's also information about video storytelling or connecting on Google+! Luckily, our members have the resources and knowledge to make it all possible. Flickr:Dunechaser NTEN members hope you'll read their ebook, attend webinar, and even host a supper this week. Have more news to share? Lights. Camera.

Member Round Up: Resources and Knowledge Make it Possiable

NTEN

If that isn't enough for you, there's also information about video storytelling or connecting on Google+! Luckily, our members have the resources and knowledge to make it all possible. Flickr:Dunechaser NTEN members hope you'll read their ebook, attend webinar, and even host a supper this week. Have more news to share? Lights. Camera.

Thriving in the Knowledge Age: Interview with John Falk and Beverly Sheppard, Part 1

Museum 2.0

Thriving in the Knowledge Age is very much a business book. Beverly: It’s really a mixed bag. It is the whole system. They provide services.

Research Friday: A Case for Content Curation

ASU Lodestar Center

Where do nonprofit leaders, managers, volunteers, donors, and other stakeholders go when searching for information pertinent to their roles?

NetCentric Advocacy: mapping discussion and information: Presidential Watch 08

Network-Centric Advocacy

NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. del.icio.us/networks

ASU Lodestar Center Blog: Research Friday: Take our fun quiz on.

ASU Lodestar Center

Manager of Knowledge Resources ASU Lodestar Center Welcome to Research Friday ! As part of a continuing weekly series, each Friday we invite a nonprofit expert from our academic faculty to highlight a research report or study and discuss how it can inform and improve day-to-day nonprofit practice. Take this quiz to test your knowledge.