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The topics discussed here grow out of the bread-and-butter issues that confront my consulting and software clients on a daily basis. We'll talk about prosaic stuff like Membership Management, Meetings and Events Management and Fundraising, broader ideas like security and software project management, and the social, cultural, and organizational issues that impact IT decision-making.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Back in D.C.

I'm back in D.C. after a week working with our old friends at the Omaha/Council Bluffs YMCA.

Here are two other D.C. non-profit pundits you'll want to add to your reading list:

Jillaine Smith's blog, At the Intersection, focuses on organizational development: leadership, strategic planning, communication. At the same time she is deeply aware of the role technology plays in the growth of any organization these days. One of those in-depth bloggers whose posts are all real articles, not clips and quips, Jillaine discusses in her October 14h post the value of creating real ownership of projects throughout an organization, drawing lessons from the work of an unlikely expert, Peter Hunter, who was writing about performance improvement on offshore oil rigs.
You can find the website for Jillaine's consulting practice here.

Amy Kinkaid, also a blogger and consultant, focuses more on fundraising. Her blog, Fundraising Breakthroughs, you'll notice right off, uses the same tasteful template as this one. Although her recent short posts gave me some food for thought, I particularly found interesting the longer pieces she wrote on donor cultivation in August, such as this entry on Turning Contacts into Donors. Amy's consulting practice also has a website here.

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