Advocacy in the Cloud slides and recording
Last Updated on Friday, 16 September 2011 07:54 Written by Steve Friday, 16 September 2011 07:54
I recently had the pleasure of facilitating a Dreamforce session where two amazing people talked about how their organizations have gone all-in with engagement. The DC Project and Idaho Conservation League are each betting their futures on engagement, and in very different ways. Sara Arkle talked about how Idaho Conservation League is turning the organizational ship to find a new generation of supporters. Matthew Dunn told the compelling story of how the DC Project was birthed with technology and engagement at it’s heart. Very different stories, well told and I think helpful for folks looking to engage supporters more deeply than they are today. Below is the recorded presentation, as well as the slide deck we presented.
Join our team
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 April 2011 08:11 Written by Steve Thursday, 14 April 2011 08:11
The Salesforce.com Foundation technology team received a compliment the other day when a co-worker said, “Wow, your technology team is atypical.” I’ve been on great teams before in my career, and our team right now is up there as one of the best. I’m looking for a Force.com Developer to join us in our work driving the vision of the Salesforce.com Foundation and helping thousands of nonprofits do the same for their visions. We are small, motivated, we do great work, and we value each other.
If you want to make a difference working with the best tools and the best customers, on a great team, this may be the job for you.Learn More
JP Rangaswami on social objects
Last Updated on Sunday, 27 February 2011 09:57 Written by Steve Sunday, 27 February 2011 09:57
I’m finding his tale of the merging of internal systems of record with external systems of engagement, and the socialization and consumerization of these objects to be really compelling. The corporation is changing, and his take resonates with me. It’s worth a read.Learn More