Shock of the New:TrendsImpacting DigitalFundraising,Education andOutreach
What do we do?•Foresight•Strategy•Innovation^Social
Change as a constant:SocialTechnologicalEconomicEnvironmentalPolitical
The technological isenabling the social to do more.
Generation T600 million Facebook users150 million in US200 million Twitter usersMobile penetration 100%(In US, women over ...
Superempowered
Citizen                       PhilanthropistsUshahidi: open, scalable,    decentralized
CitizenPhilanthropists
CitizenPhilanthropists
CitizenPhilanthropists
Agile Citizen      Charity Philanthropists
Citizen Philanthropists          Citizen      Philanthropists
CitizenPhilanthropists
DemocratizedPhilanthropy
Shifting Stories and            Sources        “There is no        checklist. One of        the things about        innova...
The Game Layer55% of all social gamers in the U.S. arewomen, and 53% of Zynga players arewomen between 25 and 44.
Spend Anywhere
Support Anything
Sifting Data
Headwinds
Signal to Noise
The Endless Campaign
Crisis Fatigue
Big Ideas for the Future
The audience is increasinglymultichannel.Be where they are.Be where the story is.
The “competition” is increasinglyagile.Openness is critical to staying even.
Relationships are getting lost in thenoise.Nurture them.Be able to guide your audiencethrough the digital landscape.
Technology can help you keep up, butthe story, and how you care for it andcommunicate it, is the key to stayingahead.
Contact  Scott Smith  Principal  Changeist, LLC  ssmith@changeist.com  + 1 336 509 8415
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  1. 1. Shock of the New:TrendsImpacting DigitalFundraising,Education andOutreach
  2. 2. What do we do?•Foresight•Strategy•Innovation^Social
  3. 3. Change as a constant:SocialTechnologicalEconomicEnvironmentalPolitical
  4. 4. The technological isenabling the social to do more.
  5. 5. Generation T600 million Facebook users150 million in US200 million Twitter usersMobile penetration 100%(In US, women over 55 are the fastestgrowing Facebook segment.) image: iqra.ca
  6. 6. Superempowered
  7. 7. Citizen PhilanthropistsUshahidi: open, scalable, decentralized
  8. 8. CitizenPhilanthropists
  9. 9. CitizenPhilanthropists
  10. 10. CitizenPhilanthropists
  11. 11. Agile Citizen Charity Philanthropists
  12. 12. Citizen Philanthropists Citizen Philanthropists
  13. 13. CitizenPhilanthropists
  14. 14. DemocratizedPhilanthropy
  15. 15. Shifting Stories and Sources “There is no checklist. One of the things about innovation is being flexible and agile.” ~Riyaad Minty, head of social media for Al Jazeera Network, speaking to Mobileactive.org
  16. 16. The Game Layer55% of all social gamers in the U.S. arewomen, and 53% of Zynga players arewomen between 25 and 44.
  17. 17. Spend Anywhere
  18. 18. Support Anything
  19. 19. Sifting Data
  20. 20. Headwinds
  21. 21. Signal to Noise
  22. 22. The Endless Campaign
  23. 23. Crisis Fatigue
  24. 24. Big Ideas for the Future
  25. 25. The audience is increasinglymultichannel.Be where they are.Be where the story is.
  26. 26. The “competition” is increasinglyagile.Openness is critical to staying even.
  27. 27. Relationships are getting lost in thenoise.Nurture them.Be able to guide your audiencethrough the digital landscape.
  28. 28. Technology can help you keep up, butthe story, and how you care for it andcommunicate it, is the key to stayingahead.
  29. 29. Contact Scott Smith Principal Changeist, LLC ssmith@changeist.com + 1 336 509 8415
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