Monthly Archives: January 2011

The secret sauce

Much has changed in the last few years. Gone are the days when you needed a techie to assign a new email address. We can do that with little assistance. And every ten-year old can get on Facebook, everybody with … Continue reading

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Going rogue

Social Media is free, which means that every Tom, Dick and Harry can set up a page to talk about his/her favorite cause, and they do. In “The Networked Nonprofit,” Kanter et. al., describe ‘free agents’ as a powerful force … Continue reading

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Leading without power

Community managers for nonprofits are facing many challenges. The first is their role is new and relatively undefined; a case of authority without power. The second is that work and organizations have changed — globalization, changing demographics, virtualization, and competition. … Continue reading

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