Catch Up on the 2012 Conference with Handy Session Summaries
Ever been to a conference with too many great sessions? Or missed a conference and then heard stories about really compelling material? GMN wants to make sure that all members have a chance to learn from as much of our conference content as possible, so we created recaps of more than half of the sessions from our 2012 conference in San Antonio.
You can check out a sample summary and order the full set of summaries on our website. Summaries are complimentary for GMN’s Contributing Organization Members and 2012 conference attendees.
Get Social with GMN on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn
GMN’s online community predates all of today’s most common social media meeting places, so our members have experience talking about philanthropy and grants management issues online. GMN is using social media to raise the profile of these topics and we need your help! LIKE and FOLLOW us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn so help grow our conversations and connections, as well as enjoy the lighter side of social media.
What Cloud Computing Can Do For You and Your Grantees?
Webinar | Wednesday, October 3, 2012 | 2:00 p.m. ET
What’s going on in the cloud? You hear the buzz but do you know the basics? If you’ve used email then you’re already on the cloud—grants, membership, and project management are all on the cloud, too. The outlook is cloudy, though--how should philanthropic organizations and the nonprofits they work with be thinking about cloud-based solutions? This webinar will present ways to think about cloud strategies, including criteria for what makes sense to do in the cloud and what makes sense to “keep local.” Presenter Allen Gunn, executive director at Aspiration, will lift the veil on the cloud conundrum. This webinar is free to GMN members but advanced registration is required. Register now!
Webinar Recording: Board Books Online—Paperless and On the Go
Do you dream of going digital? Is your organization ready to move to online board books? Hear about our presenters' experiences as they moved away from paper board books to a digital format. Learn the critical decision points and how the change was implemented. This webinar, recorded on August 23, 2012, was presented by Nicholas Burt, Grants Administrator at the Lloyd A. Fry Foundation and Kecia Haggins, Network Administrator at the Georgia Power Foundation. Replay the webinar now!
Links to Learning
Which newsletters, blogs, and feed do you subscribe to or read regularly to stay on top of issues in grants management and philanthropy? Tell us where to look for great ideas and resources.
Up in the Air
Cloud-based grants management systems are becoming more common. Are you using one or are you interested in learning more? Find out what others are using and read their experiences so far.
What do you do when a grantee changes its name? Share your process and ideas in this discussion.
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- Grants Manager - The Women's Foundation of California - San Francisco, CA
- Director of Federal Grants and Program Development - The Trust for Public Land - San Francisco, CA
- Grants Administration Professional - John S. and James L. Knight Foundation - Miami, FL
- Grants Specialist - Rockefeller Foundation - New York, NY
- Grant Manager - Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) - Washington, DC
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