Beth Kanter's Blog - Part 62

Who is Behind the Nonprofit Hulk Twitter Account?

Tools and Tactics

That’s the tweet that showed up in my Twitter stream last week and yes, it caught my attention.  Hulk (fill in the blank) Twitter accounts are popping up all over Twitter, the latest Twitter meme.  … Read More

Using Peer Learning Strategies To Build A Network

Networked Nonprofit, Networks, Training Design

As part of my work plan as Visiting Scholar at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation,  I have the pleasure of working with  networks of grantees to design and facilitate peer learning exchanges on networked nonprofit practices and using social media effectively.    … Read More

Tell the Packard Foundation’s Organizational Effectiveness Program How You Think They Should Do Their Work!

Guest Post, Transparency

Note from Beth:   This is an ongoing series from the Organizational Effectiveness Program team at the Packard Foundation about developing their program funding strategy in an open way or what has been dubbed “Learning In Public.”   In March, at the  GEO Conference (Grantmakers for Effective Organizations) Kathy Reich, Director, Organizational Effectiveness Program at the Packard Foundation and Jared Raynor, Director of Evaluation at TCC Group and I shared some lessons learned about “learning in public,” including case study about how the OE program analyzed its “goldmine” of grantee data to lay the ground for the development of the funding strategy.  Read More

#MCON2012: Scott Gerber The Entrepreneurial Spirit of Millennials

Conferences

I’m attending the MCON12 a virtual conference to explore ideas, strategies, and to hear directly from experts on how to organize millennial engagement programs.  It is all being done online through video streaming and chats.  The networking sessions are also virtual, being held as chats.… Read More

Creating The Village It Takes To Do Coalition Work

Guest Post

Note From Beth: One of the principles in my book, The Networked Nonprofit, was that networked nonprofits consider people and organizations as part of their networks to make change.   They also know how to work as network versus single entities and all of this done through the building more and better relationships.    

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