The 13th Issue of NTEN: Change is Out - "Competitive & Innovative Nonprofits"

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The articles in the March issue of the NTEN: Change journal capture stories of nonprofits in transition; they’re transforming from one stage to another, using technology to fuel their campaigns, initiatives, and to optimize their day-to-day work. >>Read

The September Issue of NTEN:Change is Now Available

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The third issue of NTEN's quarlerly journal for nonprofit leaders is free and hot off the press. Plus: Watch NTEN's mini-documentary video on Data-Driven Nonprofits Listen to an episode of the "askDeborah" podcast series, presented by the CTK Foundation.

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The 16th issue of NTEN: Change is here: Cultivating Leadership

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The 16th issue of the NTEN: Change journal is out, focusing on the Best of 2014: Cultivating Leadership. We launched the first issue of 2014 by planting the seed: How can nonprofits remain competitive, innovative, and responsive to the changing external environment?

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Issue 8 of NTEN:Change: The "Collaboration" Issue

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This issue of NTEN:Change takes a look at the various aspects of collaboration that nonprofit leaders should consider: benefits, tools, examples, pitfalls, and organizational "readiness.". Feature: Tools for Project Collaboration Management ," from Idealware's Kyle Andrei.

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Introducing a New NTEN Workbook: Getting Started With Data-Driven Decision Making

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Over the last few years, NTEN has been working with nonprofits to understand how to better wrangle all the data they’re creating and what’s available to them into improved results: more mission impact.

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Issue 9 of NTEN:Change: Risks and Rewards

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What is the risk of not adapting to a changing technology culture? This issue of NTEN:Change presents variations on that theme: tips and quizzes, inspiration and cautionary tales, examples and humor, all from peers and experts in the nonprofit and technology communities.

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You're invited to NTEN's inaugural Leading Change Summit in San Francisco

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After over a decade of convening our signature annual Nonprofit Technology Conference, we are excited to unveil and invite you to our inaugural Leading Change Summit in San Francisco on September 3-6. For attendees, the Leading Change Summit experience begins when you register.

NTEN Announces Launch of New Publication for Nonprofit Leaders (and It's Free!)

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You already know that technology can help you and your organization create the change you want to see in the world. NTEN's mission is to help you do that. As part of that effort, we’re excited to introduce NTEN:Change , a quarterly journal for nonprofit leaders.

The Content Curation Issue: NTEN:Change Six is Live

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I'm pleased to announce Issue Six of NTEN:Change, A Quarterly Journal for Nonprofit Leaders ! As well as content from the experts at Creative Commons , the NTEN community, a podcast from the CTK Foundation , and.

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New Issue of NTEN:Change: From Outcomes to Impact

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The December issue of NTEN's quarlerly journal for nonprofit leaders is free and hot off the press. Nonprofit Leaders discuss managing their organizations through change. As well as articles from NTEN experts in our "Tech Across Your Org" and "DIY Nonprofit Technology" sections.

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Latest Issue of NTEN:Change is Live: Myth-Busting, Everyday Innovation, Case-Studies, Confessions, and More

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Has it been a year already since we launched NTEN's quarterly digital journal for nonprofit leaders? I'm pleased to announce Issue Five of NTEN:Change, A Quarterly Journal for Nonprofit Leaders !

We Are Media: Webinar Series from NTEN

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NTEN’s gathered some of the top nonprofit social media experts to help your organization devise a solid strategy as well as learn the secrets of using a variety of social media tools. Explore the organizational change management issues that social media raises and how to talk about them. Tags: digital learning events elearning nten wearemedia webinar

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Measuring Impact: Feature Article from the Latest Issue of NTEN:Change

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[Editor's note: The following is an excerpt of an article in the December 2011 issue of NTEN:Change. In order to be successful in this step you will need full management support and a dedicated key project lead for your team.

If You Had 300 Words in NTEN's Online Journal.

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Well, NTEN has a similar opportunity for you nonprofit technology experts out there – one that doesn't involve microphones or travel expenses: > Contribute a "DIY Nonprofit Technology" article for NTEN's online journal for nonprofit leaders.

Reflecting on NTEN Publications Accomplishments in 2011: We Launched a Digital Journal for Nonprofit Leaders!

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Recently, I've been thinking about the launch of NTEN's newest resource: NTEN:Change, A Quarterly Journal for Nonprofit Leaders. Results We just published the fourth issue of NTEN:Change , and we have nearly 7,000 subscribers after just 10 months.

Using Technology for Mission: Ontario 211 and NTEN Hear From the Arthritis Society

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[Editor's note: Ontario 211 and NTEN asked Ontario nonprofits about how they were using technology – and how they’d like to be using technology – for their work. What’s the biggest technology change you’ve implemented in your organization in the last few years?

6 Key Steps to Post-Implementation Tech Project Success

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Change Management implementation success Leadership Missy Longshore nptech nten Organizational Culture IT Staff Missy Longshore. Post-Implementation Salesforce Success Consultant. Longshore Consulting.

NTEN Member Case Study: Rebranding the Accidental Techie

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Flickr: kool_skatkat Last month, NTEN's Executive Director, Holly Ross, posted a provocative article on our blog: " Rebranding the Accidental Techie." I posed a question to our NTEN Members' LinkedIn Group about this challenge, specifically asking our members there to suggest ways NTEN could help more "accidental" techies re-brand themselves. If you're a member of NTEN, you can read the entire thread and particpate here.).

Tech Across Your Org: Social Media Collaboration Across the NYC Elder Abuse Center

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[Editor's note: The following is from the December 2012 issue of NTEN:Change , NTEN's quarterly journal for nonprofit leaders. The Center staff includes just five staff members (four full-time) plus one very part-time social media manager at five hours a week. The social media team includes the Deputy Director, the Special Projects Director, the Social Media Manager, the social media consultant, summer interns, and an outside content development consultant.

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Technology Leaders Are Change Agents: Discussion from the NTEN Community

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Flickr: ePublicist A recent discussion thread on NTEN's main community email list really hit something home for me. NTEN member Sean Watson brought up his concern about the lack of staffing around, and interest in, "business processes" in most nonprofit organizations. Here's a little more background from him on this topic: " I spent my days at [a for-profit company] working with managers on process improvement.

Where is NTEN Headed in 2011 and Beyond? You Tell Us

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From virtualization and cloud computing to geolocation services to Twitter and Facebook, the changes are exciting and powerful. Over the last decade, NTEN has been part of this transformation of technology from back-room efficiency builder to disruptor of every department in your organization. The NTEN community has been on the front lines, helping every one of us find the skills and connections we need to make the most of this opportunity.

Tips for Content Curators from Beth Kanter: How To Avoid Getting "Content Fried"

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[Editor's note: The following is an excerpt from a feature article in the June 2012 issue of NTEN:Change , NTEN's quarterly journal for nonprofit leaders.

Getting Beyond the Slacktivism Debate

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[Editor's note: The following first appeared in the June 2011 issue of NTEN:Change. Read the complete issue of NTEN's new quarterly journal for nonprofit leaders by subscribing to the journal for free! ] Managers need to make sure the right questions are being asked.

Using Technology for Mission: Ontario 211 and NTEN Hear From the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada

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[Editor's note: Ontario 211 and NTEN asked Ontario nonprofits about how they were using technology – and how they’d like to be using technology – for their work. What’s the biggest technology change you’ve implemented in your organization in the last few years?

The Change Journal's 10th Issue is Out: It's a Mobile World

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This issue of NTEN:Change provides statistics you should probably know about your supporters and constituents, strategies that might need to incorporate mobile technology considerations, tips, stories, and insights from nonprofit professionals and technology experts.

Hot Off the Press: Issue Two of NTEN:Change is Live

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What do Guerrilla Video, Facebook for Volunteer Management, and #GettingSlizzard have in common? They're all featured in the latest issue of NTEN:Change, A Quarterly Journal for Nonprofit Leaders ! NTEN's newest publication is free and hot off the press. There are also articles from NTEN experts in our "Tech Across Your Org" and "DIY Nonprofit Technology" sections. Advocacy Change Management Community CRM Leadership Planning Social Media

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This Just In: Computers Are Dead. It's a Mobile World (How Does Your Nonprofit React?)

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There is no such thing as the FAIL organization -- at least as far as we know -- and NTEN does not propose the actions described above. Please stay tuned for the June issue of NTEN:Change for a recap of this event and your reactions and responses.].

NTEN Community Call: Your Perspectives on the Blackbaud-Convio Acquisition Announcement

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While NTEN can't offer a crystal ball (or insider knowledge, for that matter) about the specifics of the decisions or details about products, we CAN provide a safe, un-biased platform to explore questions, concerns, and possibilities surrounding the transition and the possible impact on the wider nonprofit technology landscape. blackbaud Change Management CMS Community community call convio CRM Infrastructure nptech Policy Social Media

DIY Nonprofit Technology: 5 Steps to Prepare Staff for Merging Technology

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[Editor's note: The following is from the December 2012 issue of NTEN:Change , NTEN's quarterly journal for nonprofit leaders. Beyond financial and equipment matters, one of the most important concerns that can dictate the technological success or failure of a merger is change management. Address change and set expectations. Discuss the pros and cons of change, in general, without going into the specifics.

Applications for the Nonprofit Tech Academy are due April 8

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change management Change Management Digital Strategy intensive it Leadership Leadership nonprofit tech academy NTA social media Staffing Strategy IT Staff We still have a few slots available in our Nonprofit Tech Academy for spring 2014, but the application deadline is fast approaching. Does the following sound good to you?

New Research: 10 Case Studies on Nonprofit Transition to the Cloud

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Are there other challenges with this topic that you'd like NTEN to address in future studies? Change Management Cloud Infrastructure infrastructure in the cloud Leadership nonprofit technology nptech nten research transition to the cloud IT Staff

Infographic: It's About Smarter Investment

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The infographic below (you'll want to view the whole thing) connects the dots between some specific actions – like having a technology plan, evaluating the ROI of technology projects, and investing in training for staff – and overall organizational effectiveness when it come to managing technology for your mission. Smart Technology Investment for Nonprofits from NTEN.

What Are We Accomplishing and How Do We Know?

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What can the nonprofit community learn from NTEN's own journey toward demonstrating its impact with data? Change Management Data Leadership nptech nten Organizational CultureAmy Luckey. Independent Consultant. What does your organization do?". That is a question most nonprofit folks can answer pretty easily. We have our elevator pitches ready to go. What is your organization accomplishing ?".

Storm the Castle! Staging an IT Coup in 5 Steps

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Change Management Leadership nptech nten Organizational Culture IT StaffJeremiah Dunham. President. Design-PT, Inc. We want the IT Department to have a seat at the leadership table. You want the IT Department to have a seat at the leadership table. What about your leadership? Here’s the situation: You are the IT person in your organization, but you don't have a seat at the decision-making table or you don’t feel that IT gets the respect it deserves.

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The End of IT? With Freedom Comes Responsibilities

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Change Management Cloud Infrastructure Leadership Michael Enos nptech nten Richard Cooper IT Staff Richard Cooper. Director of Programmes. The role of IT has historically been, “Here is your computer, and your database, and your file system, and this is how you enter information and save files.” However, it is rapidly becoming, “Here are all the ways you can work with information, now go to town and see how you can use this stuff to get our goals met!”.

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7th Annual Nonprofit Technology Staffing & Investments Report: A Closer Look (Staffing Levels)

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Because we know that the term "IT Staff" means something very specific to people, and the concept of who is "IT Staff" has not changed as rapidly over the last few years as the role of technology in an organization has.

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This Isn’t Your Grandma’s Online Fundraising

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From those first few clicks to the latest multichannel campaign, online giving has continued to grow and change the nonprofit sector. From those first few clicks to the latest multichannel campaign, online giving has continued to grow and change the nonprofit sector. 14ntc Change Management Community Fundraising Mobile nptech nten online fundraising Strategy Fundraising Steve MacLaughlin. Director, Idea Lab. Blackbaud. The online donation form is now a teenager.

Some Findings from the 2012 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report

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NTEN member and nonprofit communications expert Kivi Leroux Miller just released the 2012 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report , based on a survey of over 1200 participants at the end of 2011.

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Confessions of a Former Nonprofit IT Director: Dos and Don'ts

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[Editor's note: The following is from the June 2012 issue of NTEN:Change. That new CRM, website, or donor management system is going to magically fix your organization’s inefficient processes, fidgety funders, and demotivated staff!

Myth #1 from Kivi Leroux Miller's "5 Communications Myths Nonprofit Executive Directors Believe"

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[Editor's note: The following is an excerpt from the March 2012 issue of NTEN:Change. Read the complete article in the current issue of NTEN's new quarterly e-journal for nonprofit leaders by subscribing to the journal for free! ]

Report Release: The 2011 Nonprofit Technology Staffing & Investments Survey Report

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NTEN's annual research on nonprofit technology spending and practices sheds light on these questions, and many more. > Since 2006, NTEN has produced the annual Nonprofit Technology (formerly "IT") Staffing and Investments survey and report for the nonprofit sector.

Nonprofit Innovation and the Cloud

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Recently NTEN posed an interesting question to us: Is there a connection between cloud technology and innovation in nonprofit organizations? Change Management Cloud Infrastructure Leadership nonprofit cloud nonprofit innovation nptech Organizational Culture Staffing Strategy IT Staff Karen Graham. Director, Technology & Innovation. MAP for Nonprofits. There’s no doubt that many organizations are using cloud technologies in innovative ways.

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Learn From Each Other, Not Just the Data

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Change Management Data kd Leadership nptech nten Organizational Culture Strategy CommunicationsKatie Delahaye Paine. KD Paine & Partners. Using data to help your organization succeed in its mission involves achieving consensus on what success looks like, getting good data that helps drive decisions making, and performing good analysis so you understand what is and is not working.