How To Save The Planet: 10 Changes With The Biggest Impact

Twenti - Digital Marketing For Nonprofits

With the clock ticking, we’ve evaluated the impact of the biggest changes we can make for the planet. Whilst this is important, it’s not actually the biggest change we can make for the environment. Encourage your friends and family to make changes and prioritise the environment.

New Resource for Nonprofits: The Data Playbook – Practices for Purpose-Driven Work

Beth Kanter

One of the newest resources, a free online guide called “ The Data Playbook ,” was recently published by the Schusterman Foundation and written by Rella Kaplowitz, Program Officer, Evaluation and Learning. Refinable – adapt to rapidly changing environments. There is also a section that discusses additional methods such using open data sets and program evaluation that may require hiring a consultant.

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How To Save The Planet: 10 Changes With The Biggest Impact

Twenti

With the clock ticking, we’ve evaluated the impact of the biggest changes we can make for the planet. Whilst this is important, it’s not actually the biggest change we can make for the environment. Encourage your friends and family to make changes and prioritise the environment.

WeAreMedia: A Larger Context For Social Media for Program Delivery - Next Nonprofit Report

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This does not mean predicting the future (an impossible task if ever there was one) but instead means being attuned to rapid and continual shifts in the environment; continually evaluating and interpreting how organizations can best adapt; and experimenting with new responses and approaches. No one of us can afford to rest on our laurels, assuming that the old ways of doing business will continue to serve us in this dramatically new and ever-changing environment.

How Telecommunications Is Changing Work for Nonprofits

NTEN

Yet a successful transition from a traditional work environment to an open work environment demands considerations beyond technology solutions. An organizational telecommunications system that allows for the greatest adoption of an open work environment may look something like this: VoIP and PBX. A Shift from a Traditional to an Open Work Environment. This chart is from Learning from a Natural Environment: Study a Corporate Work-Time Policy Initiative.

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[VIDEO] How to Get a Return on Your Nonprofit Technology Investment

Bloomerang

Like is there a video that I can watch so that I can evaluate whether I want to use it or not?” So make that map and keep it updated so when a new product comes into your environment, somebody. People love to see like the run charts or, you know, the circle getting filled in.

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The Overhead Solution: A New Nonprofit Pride Movement

Tech Soup Blog

The CEOs of BBB Wise Giving Alliance, Charity Navigator, and GuideStar USA published a second open letter last year with the express goal to "crush" the overhead myth, the idea that overhead ratios should serve as the sole basis for evaluating nonprofit performance. Charity Raters Part 1: Charting the Bad and the Bad. Think of the words "overhead" and "nonprofits" and what comes to mind?

Configuring QuickBooks for Use in a Nonprofit: Using "Customer/Jobs" and "Classes" Utilities

Tech Soup Blog

My second blog dealt with setting up the chart of accounts in a nonprofit environment. Evaluate your current funding sources and put them in this hierarchical order. My next blog post will show you how to tie together the chart of accounts, funding sources, and programs in transactions within QuickBooks. This is the third blog of my series on configuring QuickBooks for use in a nonprofit organization.

Measurement Wisdom for Nonprofits from Bill Gates

Beth Kanter

You have to measure accurately, as well as create an environment where problems can be discussed openly so you can effectively evaluate what’s working and what’s not.” At the Germana Gale Health Post, I saw charts of immunizations, malaria cases, and other health data plastered to walls.

In Support of Idiosyncrasy

Museum 2.0

Other institutions are idiosyncratic in their relationship to their environment, like the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark, or to their community, like the Wing Luke Asian Museum. I see three significant internal reasons for homogenization in museums: As money gets tight, museums look for exhibits, program strategies, and revenue streams that are "proven" by other institutions' successes, rather than charting their own potentially risky path.