Measuring Social Media Outcomes Is Easier than Measuring Hurricane Strength

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I grew up in a small town by the New Jersey shore in a house a block from the Atlantic Ocean that my elderly parents still live in today. With Hurricane threatening a direct hit and potential devastating damage, emergency officials called for a mandatory evacuation — something that hasn’t happened in many years. Some families will need to plan and prepare for the threat of wildfires, while others will have to prepare for hurricanes, flooding or tornadoes.

Tech Policies for Virtual Teams: A Leader’s Responsibility

Non Profit Quarterly

We have a short evaluation at the end and formal breaks for Q&A throughout the session, so we invite you to stay engaged. If you don’t have a true collaboration system in place already, it just it begs for people to go out and get and look and evaluate other tools.

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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.

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.

#GMN2016 Annual Conference| Observations from Day 3

Connection Cafe

Dr. Ruesga began by acknowledging the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Part of the success story of the post-Katrina New Orleans is the burgeoning entrepreneurial environment that has resulted in creative problem-solving. We need more evaluation and measurement as this is vital to moving a cause forward and the only way to improve.

Why Building Resilient Networks Matter

Beth Kanter

Note from Beth: I’ve wrote about the importance of building resilience in networks given the complex and connected environment we live in today. As Hurricane Sandy was barreling up the Atlantic coast of the United States, a husband and wife in their early 90s, frail of body and mind though resolute (some would say stubborn) of spirit, finally gave in to the pleadings of their family.