Engaging Internationally

Networking and Global Impact – Part #2

February 24, 2016

This is the second part of a series on how our changing approaches to networking are affecting how organizations grow globally. The first part of the series, providing the background context, can be found here.  This post focuses on two examples: Ushahidi and Dance for PD®.

Ushahidi

Ushahidi”, which means “testimony” in Swahili, was a …

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Networking and global impact

February 10, 2016

How are our changing ways of networking changing the way NGOs develop and expand globally? When I was writing about organizations increasing their international engagement for the book Going Global for the Greater Good  in 2003 the concept of networking globally was still confined to a fairly small group of organizations, and connecting an individual’s …

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What Comes Down from the Mountain? (The World Economic Forum 2016)

January 21, 2016

This week the World Economic Forum is meeting in the Swiss town of Davos. Many of us aren’t aware of this or if we are, don’t think anything will come out of it that is useful to our work. Historically this has been true but today’s “Davos” is a bit different. There is some good …

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Transitioning to a new year

January 5, 2016

The ends and beginnings of calendar years are always good times for some reflection on what’s just past and looking forward to the new year. Due to a heavy travel schedule, I missed blogging some end of the year reflections as I have done the past few years, so this year I am combining some …

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DATA: #datarevolution #BigData #DataShift – what’s it all about?

November 16, 2015

As my work covers many different subject areas and communities, I spend a fair amount of time following trends in these different areas and how they impact my central focus of Engaging Internationally (not coincidentally the name of this blog). Recently I have been following the evolution of the impact assessment field and most specifically …

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