[BOOKS] ⚡ The Networked Nonprofit By Beth Kanter – Dolove.info

The Networked Nonprofit The Networked Nonprofit Connecting With Social Media To Drive Change This Groundbreaking Book Shows Nonprofits A New Way Of Operating In Our Increasingly Connected World A Networked Approach Enabled By Social Technologies, Where Connections Are Leveraged To Increase Impact In Effective Ways That Drive Change For The Betterment Of Our Society And Planet The Networked Nonprofit Is A Must Read For Any Nonprofit Organization Seeking Innovative, Creative Techniques To Improve Their Mission And Better Serve Their Communities Diana Aviv, President And CEO, Independent Sector The Internet Means Never Having To Ask Permission Before Trying Something New In The Networked Nonprofit, Kanter And Fine Show Nonprofits How To Harness This Flexibility To Pursue Their Missions In Partnership With Two Billion Connected Citizens Clay Shirky, Author, Here Comes Everybody The Power Of Organizing Without Organizations The Networked Nonprofit Uniquely Describes The Historical Context And The Current Challenges That Compel Nonprofit Leaders To Work In Networked Ways And Offers Easy Steps To Help Users Exploit The Potential Of Social Media And Working Wikily Stephanie McAuliffe, Director, Organizational Effectiveness, The David And Lucile Packard Foundation A Must Read For Nonprofit Leaders Who Want To Change Their Organizations From The Inside Out By Embracing The Power Of Social Networks Charlene Li, Founding Partner, Altimeter Group Author, Open Leadership And Coauthor, Groundswell This Is A Perfect Handbook For Anyone Who Wants To Leapfrog Their Current Limitations Of Understanding And Find Real World Applications Of Technology To Extend Their Mission Michele Nunn, CEO, Points Of Light Institute, And Cofounder, HandsOn Network Kanter And Fine Provide The Google Maps For Nonprofits To Harness Social Media To Kick Butt And Change The World Guy Kawasaki, Cofounder, Alltop, And Former Chief Evangelist, Apple Inc URGENT Read This Book Take Notes Take Action If You Work For A Nonprofit, You Don T Have To Do Every Single Thing These Seasoned Authors Have To Share, But You Certainly Have To Know What You Re Missing Seth GodinRegister At Josseybass Emailfor Information On Our Publications, Authors, And To Receive Special Offers


10 thoughts on “The Networked Nonprofit

  1. says:

    Are you interested in exploring the world of social media and making it work for your organization This is the book for you Each chapter provides you with a distinct part of an overall plan to become networked and sprinkled with advice that is easy to incorporate into your worki


  2. says:

    Need to try the updated book, amazing how much becomes irrelevant in just 8 years now Some good points, but not one I ll refer to a lot.


  3. says:

    An essential social media manual for all Non ProfitsI picked up this book as part of a recommended reading list for a social media marketing course I am no social media enthusiast Prior to the social media introduction in my course, I would not have even explored the worlds beyond facebook I have b


  4. says:

    You re probably wondering why I reviewed a four year old social media book It s so social media that Randi Zuckberberg wrote the foreword Why did I review The Networked Nonprofit by Beth Kanter and Allison H Fine A small part opportunity a large part curiosity It s been on my Wishlist since it was published


  5. says:

    For any one con nected to the non profit world, Beth Kan ter should be a famil iar name In The Net worked Non profit, she and the equally adept Alli son Fine approach the daunt ing task of try ing to get noto ri ously con ser v a tive and slow moving non profit orga ni za tions to embrace the tenets of the social medi


  6. says:

    I ve been an avid fan of Beth Kanter s blog for the past few years It might come as no surprise that I pre ordered her, and co author Allison Fine s, book The Networked Nonprofit And if you re a reader of their blogs, it might also come as no surprise that the book fully lived up to its great expectations.It doesn t have the co


  7. says:

    With all the buzz, I was surprised it took me this long to finish this new book probably because I was stuck in some historical fiction.As a follower of both Allison s and Beth s blogs, I was excited to see what they would put forth The first few chapters were good, but included generalities theory I ve seen before I took greater value


  8. says:

    I thought this was a really strong book for helping nonprofits understand the potential benefits of social networking Most importantly, I think it introduces nonprofit leaders to the fundamentally different world that is already reality for most young people in America You can avoid this change in attitudes for the moment, but it s coming whether


  9. says:

    i d been reading beth s blog for a while, it had sparked my thinking, i d enthusiastically forwarded articles to colleagues and friends i had high hopes and expectations of this book, but found that for me, unfortunately the content was much engaging online the translation to book format left in decontextualised online references most notably to content in


  10. says:

    This book is a pretty simple informative read. I have been looking for advice books to help me expand Wisdom Web Networking as a whole and this book had some great tips, like how to gain followers, paying attention to statistics and trends on what people are interested in, and building credibility for your network, and bringing the community together through mutual i


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