2010 Nonprofit Management Institute Photos
Photos from the 2010 Nonprofit Management Institute.
Jocelyn Wyatt, Social Innovation lead at IDEO, begins her presentation on Design for Inclusion. IDEO is a design firm in Palo Alto that has broken into the social sector with force.
Jocelyn Wyatt recounts her experience working with a woman named Shanti and improving the process by which her neighbors in an area outside Hyderabad, India, obtain water.
Participation from conference attendees is crucial to the success of the Nonprofit Management Institute. Here, one participant presses Jocelyn about innovating in the social sector.
In learning about Influence Without Authority with Carole Robin, Lecturer in Organizational Behavior at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, participants partake in a role play to build their negotiation skills.
Problem solving is hard, but together, these nonprofit professionals from across the nation can help each other build and grow their nonprofit practice.
Networking among nonprofit professionals is an exciting part of the Nonprofit Management Institute. Along with lunches grouped by affinity tables, discussion exercises, these participants find time to talk casually about their lives in the nonprofit sector.
The Nonprofit management Institute drew more than 250 participants from all over the world and highlighted over ten different speakers from academia, the social sector, and the business world .
Sam Kaner, Executive Director of Community at Work and speaker at the Nonprofit Management Institute 2010, puts his audience to work, and challenges them all to think about consensus building at their own organizations.
Katherine Fulton, the president of Monitor Institute, closes the conference with a stirring talk on Leadership in a Networked World.
With so many fascinating speakers, participants make sure to jot down thoughts that inspire them.
Who says chocolate can’t be Brain Food? A local nonprofit, the Bauman College of Nutrition, provided the afternoon snack in the form of delicious brain booster truffles.