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Understanding the Networked Nonprofit: How being more transparent, connected and social can help you transform your neighborhood or community


Beth Kanter, Zoetica
Join Beth Kanter in a workshop that explores the themes in her recently published book, and discover how to put them into practice. Social media has broken free from the marketing communications and fundraising silos, changing the way nonprofits deliver programs, lead, manage, and even govern. This session will take a look at these trends and how organizations can equip themselves to be fully networked.



Understanding and Leveraging Networks
Using Social Media To Do More With Less by Beth Kanter
Follow the Few to Get to the Many by Beth Kanter
Building Relationships on the Social Web by Beth Kanter
Using Social Network Analysis To Improve Strategy by Beth Kanter
Acting Bigger By Activating Networks by Working Wikily

Culture Change
The Secret Guide To Social Media Adoption in Organizations
Should A CEO Remove Burning Man Photos from Facebook?
Social Media Policy: Don't Moon People With Cameras or At Least Hide Your Face While You Do It
Examples of Social Media Policies

Staff and Capacity
Social Media Intern Job Description and Recruitment Strategy for Nonprofit
How to Grow Your Social Media Team Without Hiring New People
Social Media Intern Job Description and Recruitment Strategy for Nonprofit
Tips for Giving Social Media Projects to Interns
How To Use Interns for Social Media Projects
How Much Time Does It take To Do Social Media?
Ten Social Media Tasks for Interns
Networked Nonprofit Manifesto by Devon Smith
Study of staffing for Theatres and orchestras