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Valuing the Power of US for Salesforce

There have been a number of blogs written over the past few years about being a Salesforce administrator for nonprofits, the qualities and characteristics, placement within organizational hierarchy, and other key criteria for long-term CRM administration success for nonprofits from

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Posted in Administration, Community, Leadership, Organizational Management

Salesforce Platform for Nonprofits: Doing More with 1/1/1

I deeply appreciate the Salesforce 1/1/1 model, and see the benefits of it across the nonprofit sector.  It’s the basis of my own career, and those of many others I respect and admire.  And… I believe that there is room

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A Woman in Salesforce Land

I recently had the privilege of joining my colleagues for another panel on women in technology at the 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference.  The statement, which two different attendees said to me, that still catches in my throat is, “I feel

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Salesforce: More than a Platform, An Approach

BrightStep Partners is heading to the NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference today, and I’m excited to see some of the new tools and features available to our community – particularly to see what’s new around marketing engagement, advocacy and mass email

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Posted in Adoption, Change Management, Events, Implementation Success, Leadership, Planning

What is the Nonprofit Salesforce Community?

I spent a powerful and humbling day in Washington DC at the end of January with many others working on the Nonprofit Starter Pack as a free, community-driven, and shared tool for organizations using Salesforce.  A very special thanks to

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Planning in One Word for the New Year

January has begun, and for many of us, we’re eager to get started on the organizational plans and activities that we’ve outlined and budgeted for in November and December.  The painful personal introspection of making New Year’s resolutions doesn’t apply

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