Posts Tagged: Business

How to make Facebook Fundraisers work for you

How to make Facebook Fundraisers work for you

Read time: 5 minutes The simplest thing to do is just sit back and wait for money to appear. Facebook Fundraisers is a powerful peer-to-peer fundraising tool, and since anyone can easily set up a page and ask their friends and family to chip in to a cause, nonprofits can see a quick uptick in […]
Why L&D Managers Need To Transform From "Facilitators" To Business Enablers

Why L&D Managers Need To Transform From "Facilitators" To Business Enablers

L&D managers are somewhat thought of as a liability in corporate organizations, particularly because they are sometimes unable to provide quantifiable results. But what if it’s not the L&D managers but their approach is the actual problem? This article investigates exactly that. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Fully Managed LMS
2018 EOY Fundraising: The Good, the Bad, and the Meh

2018 EOY Fundraising: The Good, the Bad, and the Meh

Read time: 9 minutes When it comes to 2018 end-of-year digital fundraising results, we’ve heard it all. 2018 EOY was great! EOY was terrible! EOY was… kind of extremely meh?   Complicated answers lead to interesting questions. So we dug deep, unturned every rock in our data garden, surveyed our loyal Labs readers (hey, that’s […]
BARC Score Business Intelligence

BARC Score Business Intelligence

Modern enterprise BI platforms need to support a whole range of use cases and the market is currently inundated with successful, established vendors and countless smaller specialists all claiming to do just that. But how do you know which BI your business award should invest in? This report from BARC Score analyses the strengths and […]
Don't Just Write a Business Case, Tell A Story:  Part 3 of 3 -Delivering the Business Case

Don't Just Write a Business Case, Tell A Story: Part 3 of 3 -Delivering the Business Case

In the first part of this series we focused on being reflective, or more specifically, reflecting on the priorities of your company’s business award and how your people-centric priorities support the needs of the business award.  In the second installment, we focused on getting to the “So What”. For the third piece, we will focus […]
These organizations have a smaller budget but made a bigger media impact

These organizations have a smaller budget but made a bigger media impact

By Aaron Eske and Liz Hamel With news outlets round-ups of the biggest news of the 2018 behind us, now is the perfect time for nonprofits to look ahead to 2019 goals and create plans to make the most of media hits in the coming year. If that sounds like fun (and doesn’t it sound […]
Don't Just Write a Business Case, Tell A Story: Part 2 of 3 – Defining Business Impact

Don't Just Write a Business Case, Tell A Story: Part 2 of 3 – Defining Business Impact

In the first piece of this series, we focused on being reflective, or more specifically, reflecting on the priorities of your company’s business award and how your people-focused priorities support the needs of the business award.  In part two of this series, we focus on getting to the ‘So What, which involves building a case […]
What the heck just happened? Riding the December digital fundraising rollercoaster: exciting, scary, a little nausea-inducing!

What the heck just happened? Riding the December digital fundraising rollercoaster: exciting, scary, a little nausea-inducing!

Read time: 3 minutes The ink isn’t exactly dry on all the 2018 year-end fundraising reports, but one thing is clear: December’s online fundraising was kind of weird. Weird, unexpected, confusing, and, for at least some organizations, not great. We’ll put together our full report within the next few weeks and are sure it will include […]
Don't Just Write a Business Case, Tell A Story: Part 1 of 3 – Reflecting on the Needs of the Business

Don't Just Write a Business Case, Tell A Story: Part 1 of 3 – Reflecting on the Needs of the Business

Have you ever been in a position where you had to write a business award case for a technology investment, or were a part of a team working on one?  I have the privilege of running a Global Value Practice, and our team receives this question at least once a week: “Can you help me […]
How ransomware can hold your business award hostage

How ransomware can hold your business award hostage

Read this e-book to better understand ransomware attacks and how they’re delivered. Learn how ransomware works and the tactics cybercriminals use to infiltrate your firewall. Get guidance on how to detect vulnerabilities within your organization and block threats such as phishing emails and malicious advertising. Fully Managed LMS
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