The Nonprofit Fundraising Strategic Plan Guide


The best fundraising strategic plan tells a complete, organized, and analytics-based story that your team can actually use to help your campaign be more successful. Understanding your supporter base. Understanding your supporter base.

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The Matter of Museums

Museum 2.0

On one hand, I have the knowledge base to help me frame the issues. For many people museums are purveyors of and intercessors with history. They defined museums as “object-based, contextual stories. A museum is _both_ an experience venue _and_ a repository of knowledge.

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Launching the First Wave of the OF/BY/FOR ALL Change Network

Museum 2.0

We'll offer an online program for change, support a global community of practice, and keep expanding the program based on community input. How do you build a movement for institutional change? That's the question we've been grappling with as we start the OF/BY/FOR ALL initiative.

The Future of the LMS


Throughout the course of history, some very brilliant minds have endeavored the obscure task of forecasting the future of technology. As well as find a way to get our entire workforce to have a similar knowledge base? The Future of the LMS – Where Are We Going?

10 Must-Have Skills for Nonprofit New Media Managers

Nonprofit Tech for Good

For very small nonprofits, this may not be true, but for medium and large nonprofits—or small nonprofits with a desire to grow their brand recognition and donors base—it’s becoming widely understood that new media managers have a unique and valuable skill set. HTML Knowledge. Knowledge.

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Guest Post: Nell Taylor on the Chicago Underground Library

Museum 2.0

A Community-Based Approach to Collecting and Cataloging CUL is a replicable model for community archives that accepts every piece of print media from a certain area without making quality or importance judgments, going back as far in history as possible.

Growing Organizational Knowledge

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

In the last post I talked about the difficulties we see organizations have in managing knowledge. In my experience, for information to be truly organizational knowledge, at the very minimum four things must be true: It must be written down so it cannot walk out the door.

Jon Husband, Guest Post: The New Realities of Engagement – Stories That Drive Action Planning and Implementation

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This post was based on a post developed by Rob Paterson three weeks ago, as we seek to design a pilot project in support of an important multi-constituent project Rob is helping to guide. History reminds us that paradigm shifts of this nature are not accepted by simply telling the facts.

Biting the Hand - Conclusion


Be sure to read Part 1, on the history/state of the Windows operating system , and Part 2, on developing for the Microsoft platform. After evaluating the needs, I bought the standard edition, which supported message storageup to 16GB (Our Groupwise message base took up about 4GB). Frantic, I went to Google instead of the knowledge base and searched. This is the final post in a three part series on Microsoft.