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New on SSIR: Letting Technology Lead

Amy Sample Ward

My latest post for the Stanford Social Innovation Review is up and I hope you’ll dive into the conversation with me! When a friend starts a campaign, supports or fundraises for an organization or cause publicly on a social networking platform, they broadcast that action and encourage their friends to do the same. Yes you can claim that anyone has the power to blog, but that’s really only the people who have access to the tools and the time and the empowerment.

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New on SSIR: Letting Technology Lead

Amy Sample Ward

My latest post for the Stanford Social Innovation Review is up and I hope you’ll dive into the conversation with me! When a friend starts a campaign, supports or fundraises for an organization or cause publicly on a social networking platform, they broadcast that action and encourage their friends to do the same. Yes you can claim that anyone has the power to blog, but that’s really only the people who have access to the tools and the time and the empowerment.

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New on SSIR: Give Permission to Peer Influence

Amy Sample Ward

My latest post is up on the Stanford Social Innovation Review blog. It comes at the same time that I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about the importance of community builders/managers/leaders or organizational voices to give permission back to the community members. All of this is really to say: you can create a multiple win for your organization and your community by giving permission to broadcast and influence on your behalf.

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