Posts Tagged ‘Impact’
Recently, I became the proud owner of a 2011 Toyota Sienna mini-van, making my transformation to suburban dad complete. The vehicle came with three free months of XM radio which is really really awesome! When I’m not listening to “Hair Nation” (that would be 80s rock), I’m madly flipping through the other stations. And I’ve noticed that many are simply recycling old content … like the American Top 40 shows from the 70s and 80s.
So it’s in this spirit of recycling old content that I’m reprinting this blog post, which I first wrote for PhilanTopic back in January of 2008. It examines the way we communicate impact, and it’s a topic that never seems to get old.
Most of us agree that foundations need to do a better job of demonstrating and communicating their impact to outside audiences. It’s the how that has everyone so flummoxed. Read the rest of this entry »