Technology for the Nonprofit Soul
Technology. Every time you turn around, there’s something new. It’s exciting, fascinating, and at times entertaining. Here are a few tech-related trends we’ve been watching with interest.
La Piana Consulting Launches New Website
This summer, we are putting a fresh face forward with new branding and a redesigned website and blog. In this short piece, we invite you to peek behind the scenes and share in some of the lessons we learned from this process.
The Importance of Avoiding Groupthink examines the risk of “going along to get along” in nonprofit partnership negotiations.
Scarlett O’Hara and Arlo Guthrie and Zombies…Oh my! can help you make sure your organization is disaster-ready.
A “Refreshing” Look at Organizational Restructuring asks whether you've got the structure to carry out your strategy.
Quality Consulting for Social Impact introduces ImpactRising.org, a new online resource that seeks to elevate the nonprofit/consultant working relationship as a catalyst for change.
Independent Sector National Conference
David La Piana will participate as a speaker and “scholar in residence” as part of the new C-Suite track and Jo DeBolt will discuss strategic alliances at this year’s conference September 29–October 1 in New York.
Focus On: Technology
A collection of practical information and resources that have piqued our interest on the topic of nonprofits and technology.
Nonprofit Tech for Good
Learn about scores of low-cost or free tools to help you with everything from online fundraising to video publishing.
How to Track Social Media
Greenlights for Nonprofit Success shares how (and why) they track their social media metrics so others can do the same.
Online Giving Goes Viral
Nonprofit Quarterly shared this infographic from eBay Giving Works highlighting the Internet’s impact on charitable giving.
Nonprofit Marketing Blog
Is Facebook working for you? Don’t guess, know. John Haydon’s video shows the ins and outs of using Insights.
What is Google Grants?
HubSpot offers a free e-book on how Google Grants can help nonprofits boost online visibility with pay-per-click “ads.”