Nonprofit

5/4/20

Adaptation in Evaluation: Pressures and Progress in a Time of COVID-19

What should you do when your COVID-19 program modifications render your evaluation plan out of date? Here is an example of an adaptive evaluation strategy that can help get you thinking creatively.

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10/22/19

Look beyond the financial transaction

It’s about connections, not cash.

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10/16/19

What to join? Co-working space, meetup or traditional association?

Your members’ options are endless.

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10/15/19

Welcome to the future. Today’s 4-year-old will be the parent of 2040.

It’s unnerving to think out 2 generations. Learn how on October 22nd.

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10/8/19

What’s your Story?

Learn the structure and tools that make storytelling effective on October 22nd at the Colorado Nonprofit Conference

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10/3/19

Swat that SWOT. She said what?

Ask Karla yourself. You’ll find her at the CO Nonprofit Conference on October 21st.

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3/26/19

Navigating a Dynamic Operating Environment: Colorado Nonprofit Association

Meet Renny Fagan. He described the past ten years as “a wild ride for nonprofits, starting with the recession in 2009.” Would you agree? Learn how he is leading Colorado’s nonprofit sector to 2020 and beyond.

By Kate DarwentRead More

8/15/18

There’s No Place Like Home

If you have walked through downtown Denver recently, you know that it is hard to miss the growing homeless population. Civic Center Park has become a meeting place for many in the homeless population—a place where they can gather to share stories, food, and cell phones.  Each year, Denver conducts a “Point in Time” (PIT) […]

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3/29/18

Creative Ways to Get Useful and Actionable Data for a Small Budget Needs Assessment

The American Evaluation Association invited their Topic Interest Groups (TIGs) to each take over their blog for a week in 2018. As part of the Needs Assessment TIG, Beth and Kate were invited to write one of the blogs with tips for doing needs assessments. With help from Matt Bruce, they wrote about how to […]

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3/13/17

From engaging to capturing – rethinking business models that stick

As a strategist, I’m frequently looking over the horizon to see what’s next. At other times, you’ll see me scanning side-to-side looking for forces that may be coming together in new or unexpected ways. Sometimes hindsight puts much of it into perspective. Looking back at 2008 it occurs me that I was well ahead of […]

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