Beth Kanter's Blog - Part 86

The Networked NGO in Pakistan

Capacity, Civil Society 2.0, Movement Building, Networked Nonprofit, Networks, Organizational Culture, Training Design

This year a lot of my work as Visiting Scholar at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation is working with grantees outside of the US.    Last week, I had the pleasure of working with a group of Population and Reproductive Health grantees from Pakistan on a peer learning group called “The Networked NGO,” based on the ideas in my book, The Networked Nonprofit.    … Read More

Attention Data Nerds: The Future is Now: Mobile Strategies for Social Impact

Guest Post, Mobile

Guest Post: The Future is Now: Mobile Strategies for Social Impact
By Laura Efurd, Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer, ZeroDivide

– @lefurd, @zerodivideorg

A Pew report released just last week declared that “the rise of mobile is changing the story” about the digital divide. … Read More

Integrated Social Media for Sustainable Agriculture

Capacity, Training Design

Ag Grantees Twitter Webinar  

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As Visiting Scholar at the Packard Foundation,  my work plan includes delivering many different peer learning opportunities, coaching, and training with grantees.    Yesterday,  I had the pleasure of doing a Webinar for grantees of the Agriculture Sub-Program.    … Read More

Supporting NGOs in underserved countries, and recommending consultants

Capacity, Civil Society 2.0, Guest Post

Note from Beth: I’ve just returned from leading an intense “Networked NGO” training for Packard Foundation PRH grantees from Pakistan.    The four-day workshop covered effective practices of networked ngos, including culture change, integrated social media strategy, and tactics.    I worked with a group of eight organizations with two staff people from each.    

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Everyday Technology: Innovative Ways To Do More With Less

Guest Post

Flickr Photo by Nielio

 

Note from Beth: Innovation was the buzzword at the Nonprofit Technology Conference!   I ran into the good folks at Idealware who offered to do a guest post on the topic – looking at small ways to be innovative.

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