Knowledge Management Toolkit is Available

Knowledge Management Toolkit is Available

Last winter, I took on a project for the Michigan Advocacy Program (MAP) and Idealware  developing a toolkit for implementing.

How I Spent My 2015 Technology Initiative Grants Conference

How I Spent My 2015 Technology Initiative Grants Conference

I’m back from our (Legal Services Corporation) 15th annual technology conference, which ran from January 14th through the 16th  in.

13 Lessons On Building Your Nonprofit Technology Culture

13 Lessons On Building Your Nonprofit Technology Culture

This article originally appeared on the Exponent Partners blog on December 19th, 2014. It was written by Kerry Vineburg, based.

Architecting Healthy Data Management Systems

Architecting Healthy Data Management Systems

This article was originally published in the NTEN eBook “Collected Voices: Data-Informed Nonprofits” in January of 2014. Introduction The reasons.

The Increasing Price We Pay For The Free Internet

The Increasing Price We Pay For The Free Internet

Picture : Rhadaway. This is a follow-up on my previous post, A Tale Of Two (Or Three) Facebook Challengers. A.

The Future Of Technology

The Future Of Technology

…is the name of the track that I am co-facilitating at NTEN’s Leading Change Summit. I’m a late addition, there.

Working With Proposal Requests Collaboratively

Working With Proposal Requests Collaboratively

Okay, I know that it’s a problem worthy of psychoanalysis that I’m so fascinated with the Request for Proposal (RFP).

Career Reflections: My Biggest Data Fail

Career Reflections: My Biggest Data Fail

This article was published on the NTEN Blog in February of 2014.  It originally appeared in the eBook “Collected Voices:.

Trello: A Swiss Army Knife For Tasks, Prioritizing And Project Planning

Trello: A Swiss Army Knife For Tasks, Prioritizing And Project Planning

This post was originally published on the LSC Technology Blog in May of 2013. Note that “LSC” is Legal services.

Why Geeks (like Me) Promote Transparency

Why Geeks (like Me) Promote Transparency

Last week, I shared a lengthy piece that could be summed up as: "in a world where everyone can broadcast anything, there is no privacy, so transparency is your best defense." (Mind you, we'd be dropping a number of nuanced points to do that!) Transparency, it turns out, has been a bit of a meme in nonprofit blogging circles lately. I was particularly excited by this post by Marnie Webb, one of the many CEO's at the uber-resource provider and support organization Techsoup Global.