You can’t go a single day without noticing the way technology has changed our society over the past decade. The iPhone and Twitter didn’t exist 10 years ago. Today, the average iPhone user checks their phone 150 times a day and Twitter has over 255 million active monthly users.
This change has forced brands and businesses to completely change the way they engage today’s consumer. The power has shifted. The brand with the largest advertising budget doesn’t automatically win. Some might say that technology has caused our society to enter the biggest shift in business since the industrial revolution.
But how is it impacting the nonprofit world? Here are nine ways technology is changing the way nonprofits interact, engage, and collaborate:
Technology is changing how nonprofits engage with others to collaborate and co-create the change they want to see take place in the world. If your organization wants to continue to make a difference in the world, it’s important to think through each of these changes and discover what you need to do in order to maximize your impact.
How is your nonprofit adapting to the way technology has changed the way nonprofit’s engage?