Previous post mentioned the first two emerging trends identified by La Piana Consulting in their report called Convergence- How Five Trends Will Reshape the Social Sector. Will discuss two more trends in this post.
As mentioned before, I will be quoting from their report. Notice lots of quotation marks.
“Networks enable work to be organized in new ways” – Continue reading “Convergence report from La Piana Consulting, networking and volunteerism trends – part 3”
Previous post introduced an article by La Piana Consulting, which discusses their report called Convergence- How Five Trends Will Reshape the Social Sector.
In their report, La Piana identifies five emerging trends. I will mention the five with a brief comment or two on each. As I mentioned earlier, I will clearly identify the direct quotes from their article.
“Demographic shifts redefine participation ” – Continue reading “Convergence report from La Piana Consulting – part 2”
I previously discussed an article by La Piana Consulting here and here and now would like to discuss their report Convergence – How Five Trends Will Reshape the Social Sector.
One of their key concepts is convergence. That is the title of their report, so I guess it would make sense that is the overriding issue. Their point is that not only are there some very major trends that are going to have a dramatic impact on the nonprofit community, but these trends will interact with each other to reinforce and compound change.
Continue reading “Convergence report from La Piana Consulting – part 1”
Sometimes we see trends or patterns and think they are pretty dumb. Maybe even reach the level of stupid. When those dumb things are at a societal level, we need to realize that is the way the world is working and engage the world as it is, not as we think it ought to be. Continue reading “Engage with the world as it is”
Wish I’d written this: “Where, precisely, do you go in order to get permission to make a dent in the universe?” Seth Godin said that and discusses it further in “Do you need a permit“? To completely restructure his comment for our community — you do not need permission from anyone to change the world for Christ. Go for it!