Beth Kanter's Blog - Part 48

Can You Measure Love?

Measurement

Happy Generosity Day!    The idea of moving Valentine’s Day away from dinner reservations and singles awareness towards a day of generous acts began in 2011 by Sasha Dichter, Scott Case, Ellen McGirt, and Network for Good’s Katya Andresen. The premise is simple.… Read More

Nonprofit Focused Workshops at SXSW Interactive Festival: Join Us!

Conferences

The annual SXSW Interactive Festival is a geek home coming for those who work on the web, social media, and gaming.  For the last few years, there has been a good nonprofit presence and this year is no exception!

This year SXSW is offering something new: workshops on a wide range of topics from some of the top people in their industry.  … Read More

#kantersea: Data, Transparency, and Measurement In Seattle

Measurement

I’m in Seattle for a couple days doing a round of “Measuring the Networked Nonprofit,”  events to talk about measurement, data, and impact, generously sponsored by Microsoft.    … Read More

Active Training: To Get Nonprofit Audiences Engaged, Keep Them Moving

Training Design

Next week, I headed to Seattle for a couple of days of  events around my book, “Measuring the Networked Nonprofit,” co-authored with KD Paine.   I’m doing a session for the NW Philanthropy and have been asked to talk a little about how to design peer learning and trainings for nonprofits.    … Read More

Bridging the Data Disconnect Between Nonprofits and Their Funders

Measurement

Next week, I’m headed to Seattle for a couple of “Measuring the Networked Nonprofit” book events generously sponsored by Microsoft.    I’m very excited to participate in one of the evening events, a curated discussion on Data, Transparency, and Impact with Jane Meseck (Microsoft), Paul Shoemaker (Social Venture Partners) and Eric Stowe (Splash) and moderated by: Erica Mills, Claxon Marketing.… Read More