Tue.Dec 03, 2019

How Small Organizations Can Be Successful with Analytics

Connection Cafe

Lindsay LaShell : How to Get the Most from Your 2020 Giving Tuesday Campaign

NonProfit Hub

How to Get the Most from Your 2020 Giving Tuesday Campaign. Yep, you read that right. If you’re thinking about planning your Giving Tuesday campaign this week (it’s December 1, 2019), you’re about a year too late. Listen, I know you’re busy and dates have a way of sneaking up on you.

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how-to-track-the-progress-of-employee-training

Gyrus

Being able to track Employee Training progress is very important for both small and large organizations

Track 40

Online fundraising: Leveraging compliance as a development strategy

ASU Lodestar Center

Illustration by Jocelyn Ruiz. posted by James Gilmer Harbor Compliance. Nonprofits solicit and raise funds as a fact of their existence. To protect nonprofits and the general public, most states enforce certain compliance requirements on nonprofit organizations soliciting within their borders.

How To Be A Humble Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

From John Blakey 's book, The Trusted Executive , here are these four tips from Jim Collins for how to be a humble leader : Demonstrate a compelling modesty, shunning public adulation and never be boastful.

Instagram Marketing – An ultimate Guide for Beginners (2019)

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Instagram is considered as best platform that is considered as best full-on marketing channel that is continually offering a lot of benefits to the marketers. If you are running a business, then it would be better to create a business account on Instagram.

A Decade of Museums and Museum Work

Museum 2.0

I love alternative history novels. You know, like if this didn’t happen how would the world have gone. I was thinking I’d do a few alternative histories of museums for the first post of the last month of the decade. But I couldn’t get there. As I imagined a world without the many museum tech projects of the decade, I felt inherently sad about the imagining away the successes that friends and colleagues have enjoying.