Beth Kanter's Blog - Part 18

In Loving Memory of My Mom, Ruth D. Kanter (My Mom)

Personal Reflections

In Loving Memory of Ruth D. Kanter

My mom passed away peacefully last month a few months shy of her 90th birthday. My mom was generous and supportive of everyone in her life and those less fortunate than her. Even though I lived 3,000 miles away, I was blessed to get to spend time with her in the last five years since my Dad died.… Read More

The Facebook Scandal and What It Means for Your Nonprofit’s Digital Strategy

Digital Strategy

The Facebook data scandal (reports that Cambridge Analytica, a firm used by the Trump 2016 presidential campaign, scraped Facebook data for millions of users without their knowledge or permission) that erupted in mid-March and prompted user outrage, including a hashtag #deletefacebook, continues to grow.… Read More

The Nonprofit Book We’ve Been Waiting Four Years To Read Is Finally Here: New Power

Leadership

Back in November, 2014, Henry Timms and Jeremy Heimans published an article about “New Power” in the Harvard Business Review that caught my eye.  The concepts around connectivity and leadership were synergistic with the concept of networked leadership that Allison Fine and I wrote about in the Networked Nonprofit, published in several years before.… Read More

Are you going to #deletefacebook?

Digital Strategy

In the aftermath of the reports that Cambridge Analytica, a firm that worked on President Trump’s 2016 campaign, used private data on 50 million Facebook users has erupted into a strong backlash against Facebook. The hashtag #deletefacebook has been circulating on the Internet.   … Read More

Will Robots (and bots) Replace Nonprofit Staff and Interns in the Workplace?

AI4Giving

Allison Fine and I have been collaborating on research and writing about the next wave of disruptive technologies (AI, Bots, and Robots) and what it means for the nonprofit sector.  We have a couple of opportunities coming up for you to join the discussion. 

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