Tic-Tac-Toe squared. A new take on an old game is something I can always get behind.
Good video.Dow’s Bo Miller: Moving from ‘open-ended philanthropy’ to strategic alignment
This morning, we’re launching the Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food, Education & Policy at Teachers College, Columbia University and the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund’s Healthy Food & Community Change Initiative. The conference, Bringing Policy to the Table: New Food Strategies for a Healthier Society, features an incredible lineup of participants who hold positions in… Continue reading Bringing Policy to the Table: New Food Strategies for a Healthier Society
Social media has chipped away at the foundation of traditional donor-engagement models. A new study highlights the realities of donor behavior and how organizations can redesign their outreach strategies to be more effective. Fantastic article. Nonprofits and those involved with fundraising, please take the time to read and reflect on how you can reshape strategies… Continue reading The Permanent Disruption of Social Media
I manage both the receipt and sending of an extraordinary number of emails a day both at work and in my personal life. I’m constantly looking for ways to streamline and simplify what needs to happen with each email, and I finally found some truly fascinating insights courtesy of Gmail Meter. I ran a report… Continue reading Widget Alert! Gmail Meter is a Must-Have!
According to Graham Walker, coauthor of The Official Rock Paper Scissors Strategy Guide, here’s how to win: 1. Play paper first. Rookies tend to lead with rock, so paper is the safest opener. If you win, claim victory; if not, start the next throw right away, because of course it’s two out of three. 2.… Continue reading Skills: Win at Rock-paper-scissors