The nonprofit sector wastes an insane amount of time implementing best practices that have painfully low return on investment.
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AID for Africa’s model seems like a smart way to bring nonprofits together where they can leverage their combined presence.
Use of Facebook (or any other social media platform) should be guided by a larger strategy with goals that further your organization's mission.
Many donors have also realized that social media can help them become significantly more effective in pursuit of their philanthropic goals.
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If a community wants to achieve something breathtaking, getting the right sectors to the table is a great place to start.
The right structure and leadership for digital at your organization will impact your performance more than any other digital initiative.
California's social venture legislation is part of a broader evolution of social innovation.
When an organization's external digital presence is inconsistent or incoherent, this is nearly always a symptom of deeper internal structural problems.
The problem with traditional charity is that it gives little or no thought to the power of incentives or the necessity of self sufficiency.