I’ve proposed two sessions for the 2013 Nonprofit Technology Conference. which will be held next April in Minneapolis, MN:
Sometimes even if you apply the right strategies to develop and implement online campaigns, you won’t get the desired results if your organization structure doesn’t support your efforts. At this session, I’ll bring together members of our community who have recognized this issue, and implemented structural changes at their nonprofit to improve internal collaboration and create a more conducive environment for online success.
At nonprofit conferences and events that many of us attend, we tend to hear much of the same advice. Yet when it comes to taking these ideas back to our organizations to implement, we can’t seem to make them work. At this session, I’ll review some of the major themes we’re all familiar with, e.g. mutlichannel fundraising, email segmentation, centralized CRM, and explore how we can overcome the obstacles to actually making substantive changes at our nonprofits.
If you’re intrigued by these ideas, I would appreciate your casting a positive vote for my panels, Why Organization Structure Matters for Online Success and We Know What We Should Do But We Don’t Do It. Voting will be open through Friday, Sep. 7.)
Have a great holiday weekend!