A great set of flow diagrams to help you determine which social media sites your organization should be on. Be sure to visit the full article from Saleforce here to read what organizations should understand about their brand and audience from the very beginning.Read More
Is it appropriate for a nonprofit to invest in their own growth? What percentage of an organization’s funding should be reserved for investment in building and managing the organization? There are several high-profile examples of organizations that are clearly doing it wrong, causing many to question which organizations are worth supporting. As a result, several charity benchmark websites have appeared, providing a seemingly precise evaluation of any charity’s efficiency in just a few clicks, but is this an accurate assessment of a nonprofit? Many nonprofit leaders say no.Read More
The 2015 AHP Annual International Conference is taking place in Orlando, Florida from September 29th – October 3rd. Join healthcare professionals from across the country to share ideas, resources, best practices and benchmarks with colleagues. Heller Consulting’s CEO, Keith Heller, will join Sid Mallory from Henderson Mallory Partners to present a session on October 2nd.Read More
The big news for nonprofits this week is the announcement of NGO Connect by Salesforce. As the next step in the evolution of their Salesforce1 for Nonprofits innovation plan, Salesforce has introduced a new app designed to connect the many needs of a modern nonprofit organization all under one roof: NGO Connect. Created in partnership with roundCause developers roundCorner, NGO Connect is focused on creating and managing constituent relationships in ways that have been out of reach for many nonprofits.Read More
While helping with the Salesforce Foundation office hours a few weeks ago, I was asked an excellent question. Someone asked if there was any place where they could find all the limitations/gotchas on Salesforce Activity records (i.e., Tasks and Events). While I had a few answers, I knew there must be more, and I realized I had never seen a single location describe all of them. I’ve collected all the major ones I could find from friends in the Salesforce Community, both nonprofit and for-profit. This includes fellow MVPs as well as gracious persons in the Power of Us HUB. Of course, you could scan through the Ideas site as well, but I think these are the ones that affect people the most and I’ve heard of more than once.