Jonathan Peizer Edit Name
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Over two decades working in the nonprofit and philanthropic space most notably as the Soros Foundation’s first CIO and Internet Program Director. He is a Consultant, Social Entrepreneur, Author of the Dynamics of Technology for Social Change as well as numerous articles and manuals on technology, philanthropy and nonprofit capacity (http://www.internautconsulting.com/5-manual.html). He is also the the developer of capaciteria.org and owner of the socially responsible business, greentealovers.com. He can be reached for consulting support at [email protected].
This manual is written for grant evaluators in various issue areas trying to make sense of technology grant proposals they receive as well as non-profit grant wirters trying to solicit support for their proposals. the ICT challenges and tips presented cut across issue areas and are valid... (continued)
Facebook fan pages have become immensely popular for companies and organizations. They love using pages to communicate with their stakeholders. The following eight suggestions will optimize your fan page to create the most vibrant community possible (for more tips also be sure to check out Facebook’s best practices page, too):
This article discusses why social media should be used in conjunction with an organizational strategy as opposed to simply trying out each avenue like Twitter and Facebook individually. It goes on to explain successful social media models and where to get started.
This article hits on topics related to running a successful social marketing campaign, highlighting areas such as time management between sites, testing Web sites out, and establishing a writing routine.
This article discusses fundraising on Twitter via sponsored tweets/hashtags, spreading person to person asks, and tweet meet give. It goes on to explain what and how these methods are used to raise money.
This article explains how to assess your blog's content and analytics based growth, engagement index, bookmarking, conversation rate, industry index and page views.
This book offers a five step process to create a marketing plan and promotional campaign, expanded resources with an Internet section, and provides the possibilities and pitfalls of Web promotion.
This simple, illuminating booklet shows you how to make a
publication which speaks to your audience in a language
they’ll really understand. It contains: An easy guide to planning and writing a ‘reader friendly' publication; A simplified guide to graphic design, especially for those
starting their own... (continued)
For those who want to listen and learn from employees and customer groups within an organization, using group interviews, this is a basic guide. It provides sample agendas, checklists, and a case study. Roles and tasks of all those responsible for conducting focus groups are described. A new chapter on the use of the... (continued)
A variety of links to human resource information on a variety of topics including: All subjects Management & Leadership; Sales & marketing; Change Management & Innovation; Strategy & International Business; Human Resources & Training; Knowledge Management; Health Care Management; Accounting, Finance & E-Business;... (continued)
significant amount of research has focused upon the state of the nonprofit sector workforce in recent years. Scholarly and practical publications concerning nonprofit and philanthropic studies have offered numerous accounts of nonprofit workforce and human resource issues.... (continued)
In response to member concerns and questions about how charities and fundraisers should be responding to the current fundraising environment, AFP has developed some suggested best practices, tips and guidelines to maximize fundraising efforts and position organizations for future success.
This report identifies key trends of the nonprofit sector and core competencies of nonprofits best suited to thrive in our new economic reality. It highlights how demographic shifts, technology, networks and interest in civic engagement are changing and how nonprofits can best take advantage.
How your board reacts to the financial crisis can go a long toward ensuring that your organization remains solvent. Barry Gaberman, board chair of BoardSource, presents a to-do list that will help you lead your organization through these tough times. Paid BoardSource membership required to view full article.
How do you keep your nonprofit financially stable when the economy has the jitters and donors have cold feet? Weathering a bad economy should not send your nonprofit skittering to the bunkers, but it should sharpen your focus and improve your efficiencies. Here are several suggestions to consider for the economic bad... (continued)
Nonprofit board members are asking what they should do – specifically to help organizations navigate the economic mess. BoardSource recently published Facing the Financial Crisis: 10 Smart Things Your Board Can Do Now. The article offers a solid, strategic perspective for boards. I have some supplemental words of... (continued)
The project is a code of ethics for Casa Cornelia Law Center (CCLC) that outlines the ethical principles that reflects its values and the manner in which the board, staff, and volunteers are expected to carry out the organization's mission and conduct their work. To accompany the Code, a three-year implementation plan was... (continued)
Action Without Borders connects people, organizations, and resources to help build a world where all people can live free and dignified lives. AWB is independent of any government, political ideology, or religious creed. Our work is guided by the common desire of our members and supporters to find practical solutions to social and environmental... (continued)
Toolkit featuring articles, printable forms and resource lists to help faith-based volunteer managers recruit, train, inform and equip volunteers for successful volunteer work.
Toolkit featuring articles, printable forms and resource lists to help faith-based volunteer managers... (continued)
Online, noncredit program offering courses to teach social services agencies, nonprofit organizations and community groups how to manage their volunteers more effectively. The courses offer practical exercises and feedback from faculty.
Online, noncredit program offering courses to teach social services agencies,... (continued)
An online tutorial for volunteer leaders to use in sharpening their skills in leadership, program management, voluntarism, communication, and learning-teaching techniques.
An online tutorial for volunteer leaders to use in sharpening their skills in leadership, program management, voluntarism, communication, and... (continued)