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The Seven Arts Of Change

Eric Jacobson

David Shaner's compelling, The Seven Arts of Change , shows business leaders that transforming a business only happens when each employee equates organizational change with the process of deep personal growth. The bottom line is that, despite how technological and automated organizations have become, at their core they remain a collection of human energies that are merely being applied in an organized environment," explains Shaner.

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The Seven Arts Of Change

Eric Jacobson

David Shaner's compelling, The Seven Arts of Change , shows business leaders that transforming a business only happens when each employee equates organizational change with the process of deep personal growth. The bottom line is that, despite how technological and automated organizations have become, at their core they remain a collection of human energies that are merely being applied in an organized environment," explains Shaner.

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The Seven Arts Of Change

Eric Jacobson

David Shaner''s compelling, The Seven Arts of Change , shows business leaders that transforming a business only happens when each employee equates organizational change with the process of deep personal growth. The bottom line is that, despite how technological and automated organizations have become, at their core they remain a collection of human energies that are merely being applied in an organized environment," explains Shaner.

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Read "The Seven Arts Of Change"

Eric Jacobson

Monday, November 29, 2010 Read "The Seven Arts Of Change" David Shaners compelling, The Seven Arts of Change , shows business leaders that transforming a business only happens when each employee equates organizational change with the process of deep personal growth. ▼ November (10) Read "The Seven Arts Of Change" 4 Quick Tips For How To Lead More Effectively 5 Reasons To Do An Employee Survey Give Positive Feedback.

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Take a Seat: Beautiful, Casual Areas at the Taiwan National Museum of Fine Arts

Museum 2.0

But I did see something that inspired me quite a lot: a gorgeous, innovative setting for visitors to sit, chat, explore art, and rest. This post is a photo essay focusing on an area at the Taiwan National Museum of Fine Arts called the Digiark. The Digiark is a connected but separate building that showcases media art. I was told that media-based art is fairly new to Taiwanese people and that the museum wanted to introduce visitors to it in a relaxed, friendly setting.

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Business Transformation Only Happens When Employees Equate Change With Deep Personal Growth

Eric Jacobson

David Shaner''s compelling, The Seven Arts of Change , shows business leaders that transforming a business only happens when each employee equates organizational change with the process of deep personal growth. The bottom line is that, despite how technological and automated organizations have become, at their core they remain a collection of human energies that are merely being applied in an organized environment," explains Shaner.

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Higher Education Funding & Grant Resources

Bloomerang

Their priorities range from facilitating book donation drives to supporting arts education to funding playground construction and family literacy programs. . In this post, I’ll share funding and grant resources for nonprofits involved in the education sector.

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50 Silent Auction Basket Ideas to Bring In the Big Bids

Qgiv

Coffee lovers will jump at the chance to try new coffee blends or brewing methods for their morning, afternoon, or evening cup of joe. If there are candy-making classes in your area, a gift certificate will come in handy for beginners looking to master the art of sugar confections.

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Leading Business Transformation That Lasts

Eric Jacobson

David Shaner''s compelling, The Seven Arts of Change , shows business leaders that transforming a business only happens when each employee equates organizational change with the process of deep personal growth. The bottom line is that, despite how technological and automated organizations have become, at their core they remain a collection of human energies that are merely being applied in an organized environment," explains Shaner.

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Wandering Down the "Don't Touch" Line

Museum 2.0

Art, however, does not come to museums pre-hardened. At the museum of art and history where I work, we are grappling with the question of how to help people enjoy themselves while keeping the art and artifacts safe. The level of touching, especially of art, has increased. While it's great that people feel comfortable here, it's not great that they are (presumably unwittingly) endangering the art.

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5 Types of Nonprofit Graphic Design Your Organization Needs

Nonprofits Source

Different fonts and art styles appeal to different audiences. This type of design should be subtle and focus on tasteful imagery that blends into the environment to create subconscious advertisements.

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The Future of the LMS

Gyrus

Gone are the ways of sending your employees off to week long boot camps, instead blended learning environments are becoming the norm. Some recent ideas that are currently exciting developers are the inclusion of Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality environments. Making the Learner feel like they are completely immersed in the learning environment. The Future of the LMS – Where Are We Going?

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14 Top Nonprofit Websites to Inspire Your Organization

DNL OmniMedia

Let’s walk through a selection of unique nonprofit websites that not only incorporate these elements but go above and beyond to impress visitors and inspire donations: Interlochen Center for the Arts. Top Nonprofit Website: Interlochen Center for the Arts.

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The Many Davos

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Music and arts experiences. You can learn more about the environment, about human rights, about development aid, about the digital divide, about microfinance, about healthy food and about disaster response. What blend of the Davos cocktail will you have is a big challenge. Amazing how fast we slide right back into "real life." Davos was only a couple of days ago and already I'm neck deep into my normal work.

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Mobile Learning Infographic – Benefits and Features

Gyrus

Mobile Learning is a newer component of the blended learning mix and is constantly evolving into something more robust. Mobile learning is really gaining a foothold in the industry and is continuing to become a vital component of a well-rounded blended learning environment. Learning.psd: Icons made by Popcorns Arts from www.flaticon.com is licensed by CC 3.0 Mobile Learning Infographic – Benefits and Features.

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Game Friday: Lovely, Quirky Amanita

Museum 2.0

This week, Game Friday pays homage to Amanita Design , the funky game and animation design firm behind the award-winning Samorost series and several flash-based corporate games that blend lush imagery, surreal storytelling, and surprising little puzzles. They are leaders in the point-and-click casual game market, but their innovations stem from wild environments rather than particularly tricky puzzles.

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Your 2016 Cause Camp Speaker Lineup Announcement

NonProfit Hub

Marcy Heim, The Artful Asker. Hitting It Out of the Park—Learn the Art of Major Gift Relationship Building. Marcy Heim, Founder and Principal of the Artful Asker, LLC, will share fundraising best practices for nonprofits. Create a mindset for success and learn the art of a major gift relationship building. Practice time to combine/blend your people and money story. Without further adieu, we’re pleased to announce our Cause Camp speaker lineup for 2016.

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Museum 2.0 Rerun: What Does it Really Mean to Serve "Underserved" Audiences?

Museum 2.0

This post is even more relevant today to the broader conversation about audience diversity in the arts than when it was published three years ago. Some YES teens do work in the Science Center itself as well as providing outreach programs to other community centers, but for the most part, the YES program benefits from the controlled, safe environment of the Taylor Center. This August/September, I am "rerunning" popular Museum 2.0 blog posts from the past.

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The Great Good Place Book Discussion Part 5: Oldenburg on the LAM

Museum 2.0

There's a nice overlap to be found here blending the traits of Oldenburg’s third place with the mission of the institution. It was a collaborative library/design/art/community-building project. The ideal “fourth place” for me makes the content approachable in an agreeable environment--wherever that environment may be. This is the fifth installment of a book discussion about Ray Oldenburg’s book The Great Good Place.

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eTapestry API offered for free by Blackbaud | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Blackbaud buys Kintera » Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology said: [.] I've noticed that announcements are not nearly as interesting as the ad-hoc development environments that good open API providers give to their devs.

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What Cross-Platform Gaming is Doing for Books. and Can Do for Museums

Museum 2.0

A few weeks ago, I learned about Scholastic Books' new series, The 39 Clues , which ties together a ten-book mystery with an online gaming environment. There are content-related experiences and preferences that would be better served in alternate environments. Art museums have always created catalogues to accompany exhibitions, which are one cross-platform way for obsessives to deepen their relationships with content.

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Project Agape raised $2.5 million in first year of operation | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

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Two Tagging Projects that Make Sense

Museum 2.0

The game also blends the point-based motivation with changes in what is expected of the tagger. And while that may turn some people off, it made me feel like I was in a fun environment--a Posse with whom I wanted to associate. But once I, a non-expert in either birds or art, started tagging, I ran into another problem. She was surprised, and commented that (like all tagging projects), the Posse is looking for whatever words you associate with a piece of art.

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Self-Identification and Status Updates: Personal Entrypoints to Museum Experiences

Museum 2.0

Asserting personal identity with respect to an institution is something we do daily in other environments. While this can be facilitated digitally, it doesn't take complicated tools to create an environment in which guests are treated personally based on their preferences and interests. But what's the right visitor profile for a history museum or an art museum? Of course, in most cases, contributors are spectators and vice versa; the audience is blended.

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Pro-Tibet Non-Profit Under Cyber-Attack | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Much more serious business since these types of attacks can occur without requiring a scripting environment to be present. beijingolympic.mdb MD5 e3a6e5f553f9672765a4f8ab6fa06b72 beijingolympic.doc MD5 ffd3d51f09d00ab14b0e98023c0e6736 [6] the_art_of_illness.pps MD5 48dccf4e74ed2cd7b4a7477b1d61f29c This Powerpoint drops an Enfal trojan (VsTskMgr.exe + iislogmgr.dll) which connects to bsek5.ggsddup.com. [7]

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Groundswell Book Club Part 2: Talking

Museum 2.0

In this post, a discussion about the art of conversation in the groundswell. Groundswell profiles the story of the Blendtec, the blender company that stumbled into a viral video explosion with their " Will it Blend? By talking in a funny, unusual way, and doing so in an environment of lots of other talkers (YouTube), Blendtec was able to raise brand awareness at a fraction of traditional advertising costs.

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