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    URJ Social Media Boot Camp: Art of Being a Networked Nonprofit URJ Social Media Boot Camp: Art of Being a Networked Nonprofit Presentation Transcript

    • The Art of BeingA NetworkedNonprofitPresented byLisa ColtonDarim Online
    • REVOLUTION OF NETWORKS
    • • Revisiting the origins of the ‘organization’• The people-power to achieve shared goals• Moving from fortress to sponge• Who’s on deck? Millennials.• Changing work patterns TODAY’S AGENDA
    • • Shared practice • Shared needs and goals • Co-investment and support • Minimal ‘staffing’ • What else?History of a Jewish Communal Organization
    • What We’re Used To
    • What We’re Moving To
    • A Personal Story
    • NETWORKS ARE VALUABLE WE TEND TO GROSSLY UNDERUTILIZE THEM. Or attempt to use them in the wrong ways. Build your network now, before you need it.The Lesson
    • SAR Academy Causes Match Campaign
    • Fortress: Insiders in, Outsiders out
    • Sponge: Constant flow in and out
    • • What is PUBLIC or TRANSPARENT information?• Who is ’inside’ or ‘outside’ of our community?• What is ‘membership’?• Where do we need to hire expertise?• How are we evaluating progress towards our mission and goals? Questioning Assumptions
    • Listen to interests and needs of the community Empower individuals to members micro-plan, experiment and evaluate. (Remember, you don’t have to do it for them)Reflect on how these Communal’intrapreneurs’ went need orabout this task interest Provide support (staff, space, experience, systems) as needed and helpful Try it out! Focus on short, strategic bursts that can be adjusted based on feedback The age of the ‘permanent beta’ Micro-Planning
    • What’s Changed? • Collaboration • Mobility • Millennials
    • Millennials: Transparency Fast paced/efficient Collaboration/teams Divvy tasks based on skill Meaning & impact
    • Job DescriptionsProgram Directors Social Media Managers Community ManagersNetwork Weavers
    • WE NEEDTO THINKDIFFERENTLYABOUT RISK
    • SHIFTS & RISK• Staffing Structure & Job Descriptions• Leadership Styles• Institutional Identity and Boundaries• Financial Considerations• Culture Change
    • Blog post with links:DarimOnline.org/blogCome discuss:http://on.fb.me/netnonbookclub
    • • Do old patterns increase complexity?• Does your synagogue have trouble letting go of programs that aren’t effective anymore?• What technology tools can simplify your processes?• How can collaborations simplify?
    • Upcoming WebinarsSharefest:July 9th, 2-3pm eastern/11-12 pacificFacebook 101:July 12th, 2-3pm eastern/11-12 pacific
    • Mazel Tov to Our Grant Recipients!• Temple Ohabei Shalom, Brookline, MA• Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation, Indianapolis, IN• Congregation Kol Ami, White Plains, NY• Temple Sholom of Chicago, Chicago, IL• North Shore Congregation Israel, Chicago, IL