6 Ways to Harness Your CRM Solution as a Change Management Tool

Connection Cafe

This is the time to question how things have always been done and consider changes that will expand your institution’s reach. First, I recommend that you position the CRM solution implementation as step one of a long-term process of change.

Noodling Around Change Management and Social Media Adoption

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I asked for some recommendations on Twitter for the best practical sources for change management. Joitske recommend Learning To Change. She also pointed me to an older post on her blog about one of theories of change in the book based on thinking styles.

Change Management Is the Foundation of a Social Organization

SocialFish

It addresses the need to drive change in an effort to shift employee behavior, communicate effectively across job functions and geographies and remove organizational silos. Otherwise, change will not occur. Michael Brito is currently a Vice President at Edelman Digital.

How To Explain Change

Eric Jacobsen Blog

When you communicate change to your team, explain the logical and rational reasons for the change: 1. Explain how the change will make employees feel before, during and after the implementation.

3 Ways to Embrace Change and Shake the Status Quo at Your Organization

Connection Cafe

Your nonprofit’s mission is likely the same as it was when your organization began; to make an impact and to effect change, whether locally, nationally or globally. The challenge then is to stay true to your mission while taking the steps needed to keep pace in a changing industry.

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How To Help Your Employees Embrace Change

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Change is inevitable. Change is good. Help your employees and team learn to embrace change. It's often the stress that people resist, not the change itself. Continuity gives us roots; change gives us branches, letting us stretch and grow and reach new heights ( Pauline R.

Learning How To Change And Grow

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Change Change Leadership Change Management Change Quotes Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management"One does not discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time." -- Andre Gide.

How To Explain Change

Eric Jacobsen Blog

When you communicate change to your team, explain the logical and rational reasons for the change: 1. Explain how the change will make employees feel before, during and after the implementation.

Change Is Inevitable. Change Is Good. Embrace Change.

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Change is inevitable. Change is good. Help your employees and team learn to embrace change. It''s often the stress that people resist, not the change itself. Continuity gives us roots; change gives us branches, letting us stretch and grow and reach new heights ( Pauline R.

How To Lead Breakthrough Change

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Pottruck 's book, Stacking the Deck , teaches readers a nine-step course of action leaders can follow from the first realization that change is needed through all the steps of implementation, including assembling the right team of close advisors and getting the word out to the wider group.

How To Embrace Change

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Change is inevitable. Change is good. Help your employees and team learn to embrace change. It's often the stress that people resist, not the change itself. Continuity gives us roots; change gives us branches, letting us stretch and grow and reach new heights ( Pauline R.

When Change Is Good

Eric Jacobsen Blog

"Change is disturbing when it is done to us, exhilarating when it is done by us." - Rosabeth Moss Kanter. Change Change Management Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management Leadership Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Embrace Change To Grow

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Change is inevitable. Change is good. Help your employees and team learn to embrace change. It's often the stress that people resist, not the change itself. Continuity gives us roots; change gives us branches, letting us stretch and grow and reach new heights ( Pauline R.

Nine Steps To Lead Breakthrough Change

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Pottruck ''s book, Stacking the Deck , teaches readers a nine-step course of action leaders can follow from the first realization that change is needed through all the steps of implementation, including assembling the right team of close advisors and getting the word out to the wider group.

How To Help Your Employees Embrace Change

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Change is inevitable. Change is good. Help your employees and team learn to embrace change. It's often the stress that people resist, not the change itself. Continuity gives us roots; change gives us branches, letting us stretch and grow and reach new heights ( Pauline R.

Embrace Change To Grow

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Change is inevitable. Change is good. Help your employees and team learn to embrace change. It''s often the stress that people resist, not the change itself. Continuity gives us roots; change gives us branches, letting us stretch and grow and reach new heights ( Pauline R.

How To Be A Change Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The Art of Change Leadership demystifies the psychology behind our reactions to change and offers a powerful collection of tools to inspire individual and collective transformation quickly and more effectively, explains author of the book, Cheryl Cran.

Have You Ever Tried Changing the Tires While Driving the Car?

NTEN

How to navigate change management when your nonprofit doesn't have the luxury of putting your mission work on pause. Today we are all navigating our way through massive change. Change Management change management psychology Leadership Lisa Colton.

The Three Ways To Discuss Change With Your Employees

Eric Jacobsen Blog

When you communicate change to your team, explain the logical and rational reasons for the change: 1. Explain how the change will make employees feel before, during and after the implementation. Change Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management Explaining Change Managing Change

Dr. Roger Dean Duncan On Change

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Change is inevitable. Change is good. Help your employees and team learn to embrace change. It''s often the stress that people resist, not the change itself. Continuity gives us roots; change gives us branches, letting us stretch and grow and reach new heights ( Pauline R.

Nine Steps To Drive Breakthrough Change

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Pottruck 's book, Stacking the Deck , teaches readers a nine-step course of action leaders can follow from the first realization that change is needed through all the steps of implementation, including assembling the right team of close advisors and getting the word out to the wider group.

How To Lead Breakthrough Change

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Pottruck 's book, Stacking the Deck , teaches readers a nine-step course of action leaders can follow from the first realization that change is needed through all the steps of implementation, including assembling the right team of close advisors and getting the word out to the wider group.

Embrace Change To Grow

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Change is inevitable. Change is good. Help your employees and team learn to embrace change. It''s often the stress that people resist, not the change itself. Continuity gives us roots; change gives us branches, letting us stretch and grow and reach new heights ( Pauline R.

Change-friendly Leadership

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Because Dr. Rodger Dean Duncan delivers so much timely, straight-forward and relevant wisdom in his book, Change-friendly Leadership , reading it is like talking with your trusted best friend. It''s often the stress that people resist, not the change itself.

Value, Ease of Use, and Social Use: Adoption Readiness in Nutshell

Connection Cafe

Unfortunately, this is … Technology Adoption Readiness Change Management Ease of Use Human Factors Social Use TAM Technology Acceptance Model ValueWhat’s the point of technology if no one uses it?

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

NTEN

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 Art Of Change Leadership

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The Art of Change Leadership demystifies the psychology behind our reactions to change and offers a powerful collection of tools to inspire individual and collective transformation quickly and more effectively, explains author of the new book, Cheryl Cran.

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

NTEN

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.

Three Quick Tips For How Best To Explain Change

Eric Jacobsen Blog

When you communicate change to your team, explain the logical and the rational reasons for the change: 1. Explain how the change will make employees feel before, during and after the implementation. Change Management Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management Explaining Change

Lessons Learned from the HealthCare.gov Rollout

Connection Cafe

Changes late in a development cycle are exponentially more labor-intensive (and expensive) to implement than changes early in cycle ( this is a must-read on the topic ). User Adoption and Change Management.

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

NTEN

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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The September Issue of NTEN:Change is Now Available

NTEN

Change Management change management green IT idealware Leadership nonprofit leadership nptech nten:change Planning Social Media social media measurementThe third issue of NTEN's quarlerly journal for nonprofit leaders is free and hot off the press.

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What Makes an IT Project Successful? Nonprofit Edition, Part Two

Connection Cafe

My last post covered a few common denominators I see in successful IT projects at nonprofit organizations: executive vision and involvement, defining requirements, and proactive risk identification and management, all of which provide a solid foundation for executing a project.

Disruption: The New Normal

NTEN

Business Development Manager. It's true that the only true constant is change, but then how can nonprofits plan? change management Change Management Leadership Josh Schukman. VolunteerMark.

What A Change Leader Does

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The Art of Change Leadership demystifies the psychology behind our reactions to change and offers a powerful collection of tools to inspire individual and collective transformation quickly and more effectively, explains author of the book, Cheryl Cran.

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

NTEN

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.

The 11th Issue of NTEN: Change is out: Managing Through the Noise

NTEN

In this issue of NTEN: Change, we take a holistic approach to looking at some of these internal processes, including trust building to demonstrate impact, making decisions with data, and prioritizing activities through evaluation. Have you looked outside your organization lately?

When Millennials Take Over: How to Prepare Your Nonprofit For the Future of Business

NTEN

Millenials will be taking over: is your nonprofit ready for the cultural sea change? Change Management cultural change Leadership millenials nonprofit technology culture Organizational Culture Maddie Grant, CAE. Principal. Culture That Works.

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

NTEN

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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Prepared for Change

Connection Cafe

However other things are naturally changing and will continue to evolve as we form our new team. How am I prepared for change? Do you have a change management plan? Too often development and marketing professionals are focused on getting the gift, pitching the story, making a call, but we need to step back and assess our readiness for change. Is the Online Philanthropy Manager the only one who knows how to create and send an email?

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The Content Curation Issue: NTEN:Change Six is Live

NTEN

I'm pleased to announce Issue Six of NTEN:Change, A Quarterly Journal for Nonprofit Leaders !

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Issue 9 of NTEN:Change: Risks and Rewards

NTEN

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

NTEN

I'm pleased to announce Issue Five of NTEN:Change, A Quarterly Journal for Nonprofit Leaders ! Has it been a year already since we launched NTEN's quarterly digital journal for nonprofit leaders? Indeed it has, and the latest issue could be our best ever.