San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 27, 2012
It is common knowledge nonprofits will not be relevant if they are not present on social networks. The previous best-selling book The Networked Nonprofit by Beth Kanter provided frameworks and recommendations for nonprofits to transform their organizational culture to embrace a new way of working.
In their new follow up book: Measuring the Networked Nonprofit: Using Data to Change the World (Jossey-Bass; 978-1-118-13760-4; e-book available: October 2012) by Beth Kanter and Katie Paine helps nonprofit leaders take those first steps to measure the effectiveness of that transformation.
Measuring the Networked Nonprofit will help transformed nonprofits already using social media metric and data intelligently to improve their decision making and quantify success. Measuring the Networked Nonprofit covers the many ways that nonprofits make the most of measurement, including the following list of what nonprofits do right:
The last thing any busy nonprofit needs is another difficult to master procedure. Measuring the Networked Nonprofit makes it easy for any reader to navigate by using checklists, tips, resources and advice to get started quickly. After reading this book, any nonprofit will realize that measurement gets results, gives greater control, creates more power, and helps change the world.