Nonprofit Tech Funding: Dream to Reality

We recently received an email from one of our nonprofit clients asking for suggestions for finding funding for their technology […]

Making Technology Work for Your Nonprofit

Community IT Innovators’ Katherine Mowers, Senior Consultant, and Matthew Eshleman, Director of Professional Network Services, shared about their work to […]

Sustaining nonprofit leadership: highlights and insights

Reaching out to others with compassion and care, speaking well of others when they are not around, and taking interest […]

Seeking Relationship – is it Transactional or is it Real Commitment?

We care about many relationships – with loved ones, and with the professional relationships we have with staff and colleagues […]

Moving from Strategic Planning to Strategic Management (Part II)

Strategic management is a logical set of connected activities that enables the organization to make its strategy work. It is a process.

Moving From Strategic Planning to Strategic Management (Part I)

Seventeen years ago, researchers at IBM concluded that the anticipated value of Information Technology (IT) investment was not being realized because …

IT as Enabler and Beneficiary of Nonprofit Capital Markets

[Today’s post is from guest blogger Steve Goldberg, who is a consultant to Charity Navigator.] “Nonprofit capital market” is one […]

How do you define project success?

Project success undoubtedly has different meanings to different people. In the Project Management Institute (PMI) recent issue (Dec 2009) of […]

The CIO Challenge: Balancing innovation & cost reduction

This article on the CIO challenge, by Shawn Banerji for baselinemag.com, is a few months old, but still very relevant […]

Rob Jackson and CITI Featured in Washington Business Journal Profile

The following article, by Washington Business Journal Associate Editor Timothy Burn, appeared in the December 11th, 2009 issue of the […]




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