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Effective Nonprofit Communications Starts With ‘Why’

NonProfit PRO

The communications teams at the most successful nonprofits are laser focused on showing people how their work transforms lives — and they can clearly articulate their vision.

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Place Matters: How Collective Impact and Place-Based Investment Can Empower Communities to Lead

NonProfit PRO

The place-based approach gives communities and funders the authority to identify their own greatest assets and needs, and to articulate their own priorities. In philanthropy, a top-down approach and lack of lived experience has often led to funder-driven decision-making that lacks authentic community expertise and inclusion.

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Four Steps to Align Data with Your Mission and Goals

Association Analytics

SMART is an acronym people use to remember the five aspects of a well-articulated goal: SMART goals are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time bound. However, articulating the best leading indicators for a goal is not as easy as articulating KPIs. Formulate SMART Goals. It may feel like a bit of guesswork at first.

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Beyond the RFP: How to Choose Technology Partners for Impact

sgEngage

We need to clearly articulate our north star, why we are going there, and what support we need to make it happen. We need to be able to articulate WHY so that our technology vendor partners can help us determine HOW. Developing Relationship-Based Practices Answering why is more challenging than you might imagine.

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Canadian Marketing Association releases guide for leaders to address DEI in the workplace

Charity Village

The Canadian Marketing Association (CMA) released DEI in the Workplace: A Discussion Guide for Leadership Teams, to help organizations articulate a commitment and define their scope of activities to create a more inclusive and equitable work environment.

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Don't Let Association Data Myths Hold Back Your Analytics

Association Analytics

Again, it’s better to have organizational experience with data analysis and develop an understanding of your most relevant data-related processes before undertaking a significant project to fully articulate a data governance policy across all areas of your business. Myth 3: We Need a Data Strategy Before We Begin Analysis. Just Get Started.

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A Practical AI Path for Nonprofits

John Kenyon

Activities: Defining experiments, articulating desired outcomes, crafting safe ways to experiment. Activities: Facilitating discussions about how to navigate the risks, crafting guidelines and policies for careful, ethical use. Reviewing and discussing results, evolving new ways of trying things, integrating successes into our work.