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5 Strategies You Need to Ensure a Smooth IT Transition

November 4, 2014 All Articles, Nonprofits and Communities Tags: , 0 Comments

What you need to know to make a solid IT change management plan When was the last time you were actually excited about a new update for your operating system? For both organizations and people change can be terrifying to face, difficult to adapt to and full of unexpected complications. This is particularly true when change […]

Strategies for Reversing the Summer Slump

January 6, 2014 All Articles, Nonprofits and Communities Tags: , , , , 0 Comments

While many students and parents look forward to their annual summer break from learning, the reality is that the summer break can lead to a significant loss in reading and math skills. This effect is especially pronounced among low-income students, who have less access to summer learning programs.

Taking Quality and Performance to Scale

December 9, 2013 All Articles, Nonprofits and Communities Tags: , , , , , , , , , 0 Comments

Learning should never stop and that’s especially true during the summer break. Studies have shown that students lose significant progress in math and reading over the summer. That effect is magnified for children living in economically-disadvantaged populations. This is the main issue that over 300 experts from Extended-Learning Opportunity (ELO) programs across the country were […]

Connecting Together for Impact Pt 2

November 20, 2013 All Articles, Nonprofits and Communities Tags: , , , , , , , , , , 0 Comments

To read part one of this Q&A, click here. Q: Can you describe some of the reasons why an organization might want to considering transitioning into optimally using data and thinking about focusing on outcomes? Herman:  I think everyone in the nonprofit world can agree that our greatest goal is to do the best work […]