This season, we’re trying to raise $50,000 for our Community to help improve the accessibility of NTEN programming to nonprofit professionals that might otherwise not be able to participate.
Your support will also help to strengthen NTEN programs and publications offered throughout the year that are mostly free or low-cost: local Tech Clubs, online courses, NTEN Labs, original research, the NTEN: Change journal, and more. Specifically, your donations will help to send at least 50 people to the 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference (15NTC) through scholarships, as well as the 2015 Leading Change Summit, and access to NTEN Membership, in-person events, webinars, and more.
As a member of one of our Tech Clubs said to us, “to change the world, you need a community.” And we couldn’t agree more. As a small nonprofit organization powered by just 11 full-time staff, we’re able to do more with less thanks to technology, and with your support, we can do even more to support all 50,000 Community Members and many more in 2015.
Please donate today to help NTEN build a stronger network of nonprofit professionals that do more with less by leveraging technology to support their work."
- Culture That WorksDigital Strategist, 2014 - present
- ArtomaticDigital Strategist, 2014 - presentDigital strategist for all-volunteer-led arts nonprofit festival attracting 75,000 visitors to its events.
- SocialFishEditor, 2013 - present
- University of St AndrewsHistory of Art, 1990 - 1994
- Sotheby's Institute LondonPostwar and Contemporary Art, 1994 - 1996
The Power of Making Things VisibleSwitch & Shift
One of the central tenets of traditional management philosophy is that information should be controlled. Secret formulas and key strategic m
Applying the Digital Mindset to ManagementSwitch & Shift
Traditional management is clearly and measurably in decline, although up until now it has been changing at a somewhat glacial pace. The soci
When Millennials Take Over: Preparing for the Ridiculously Optimistic Fu...
A lot has been written about the Millennial generation in the last ten years or so, and to be frank, a lot of it is really not helpful, espe
"Facebook Is a Weatherless World" | John Battelle's Search Blog
Facebook…will not let you unFacebook Facebook. It is impossible to discover something in its feeds that isn't algorithmically tailored to yo
Five Steps for a B2B Social Media Marketing Strategy
Here are five steps that every B2B company trying to implement a social media marketing strategy should take.
Ten Crucial Tips for Writing a Great Blog Post | LinkedIn
Seems that everyone’s churning out content these days - but that doesn’t mean that everyone knows how to write a really good blog post that
Google Is About To Take Over Your Whole Life, And You Won't Even Notice ...
Google's new design ethos, living on and beyond every screen, could make Google an amorphous problem solver of unimaginable scale.
30+ new social media tools for the social-tech savvy
You already know you should be Tweeting, Facebooking, Pinning and so forth, but what are the newest, hottest tools to help your social strat
Eric Lanke: Assessing Your Willingness for Dialogue
Four weeks ago, in On the Right Track, I wrote about some of the things I'm doing in my organization to diffuse leadership and decision-maki
NEW! Essentials of Online Community Management On-Demand Course
I've partnered with Ben Martin of Online Community Results to offer an on-demand, crash course on the Essentials on Online Community Managem