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Philanthropy Needs Strategy and Judgment, Not Tools and Tactics

Philanthropy and nonprofit leaders will continue jumping on tools and tactics, when strategy and judgment are needed. That’s the first philanthropy trend I predict for 2015, and I will share four more in the coming weeks. Let me give you a few examples of what I mean: 1 – Infographics: I’m all for finding visual and creative ways to educate people, but for the past few years people have jumped on the infographic bandwagon as if it were a solution for all information sharing. As a result, I’ve seen documents so crammed full of graphics and percentages they make my head spin. Not everything needs an infographic. 2 – Crowdfunding: I had a foundation program officer recently tell me that … Continue reading Philanthropy Needs Strategy and Judgment, Not Tools and Tactics

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