Tag Archives: Technology

Donor Research After the Cambridge Analytica Scandal

A few weeks ago, the media was abuzz with news that Cambridge Analytica, a business that gleans and analyzes user information on social media giant, Facebook, accessed and used public personal information on behalf of political campaigns in the US and Britain.  … Continue reading

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Payola

Back in the 50s, radio gained in popularity as a way to market music for America’s youth.   Baby-boomers discovered pop music and rock and roll, and because of post WWII prosperity, teenagers had money to spend on records and concerts.  … Continue reading

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Dispel the Overhead Myth with Honesty

If you read the numerous nonprofit trade periodicals and various newspapers in 2013, you know that the topic of “the overhead myth” was a big one last year.   Dan Pallotta gave a  TED talk about it that went viral on … Continue reading

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It’s Always Something

A couple weeks ago, I crafted the annual online appeal for CNRG.  I wrote about some of our successes during the past year, and then told about what the organization wants to do in the new year to make our … Continue reading

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Do Nonprofit HR Coordinators really Appreciate Volunteers?

After publishing last week’s blog, ”Revolving Doors and Musical Chairs”, I got an interesting response from a reader.  She was an older individual with a lot of good years of work in her still, and she was a long time … Continue reading

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