Organizational Change

GateHouse Takes Big Step Toward Data-Driven Culture

What do I do on a daily basis at Clearhead? This! (This orignially appeared here) Traditional media companies are struggling to compete in a changing landscape–a landscape that requires both agility and digital product innovation to capture the attention of an increasingly distracted consumer. GateHouse Media publishes more than 600 community papers and manages 555 websites, making it one of the ...

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The Biggest Mistake you Can Make with Advisors

I’m an advisor and I agree. Sounds like a TV commercial from the 90’s, right? I’m a doctor on TV and in real life. But I’m being paid to be here. But in this case it’s the truth. I’m an active startup advisor here in Austin, TX for Greater Good Labs, Giving City Magazine and EdgeFlip and several other startups. ...

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The new nonprofit workforce?

My friends over at Greenlights for Nonprofit Success recently published new research on critical career trends shaping the nonprofit workforce.  A few of the key trends include: Compensation is more important than ever. A Greenlights survey found that among Central Texas nonprofit employees, a third of respondents were unsatisfied with salary and 77% indicated a higher salary would increase their likelihood ...

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Books vs Nonprofits: Who helps whom?

A Recap of the Greg Mortenson Furor guest post by David Matthew. David is an ERP software analyst and writes about nonprofit technology at Software Advice. Greg Mortenson, founder of the Central Asia Institute (CAI), has long been considered among the leading lights of the nonprofit world. Not only is he a best selling author, but he is also a ...

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