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Corporate Concepts in Non-profit – part 2 May 30th, 2014

Written and compiled by Banu Raghuraman The opinions are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official views of Endeavour. We bring you part 2 of the interview with Jason Shim. Click here for part 1. What are some of the trending topics in the corporate sector that can be implemented in […]

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Microblog, Part 4 of 6: “Link up with other organizations to share best practices.” May 27th, 2014

Written and compiled by Banu Raghuraman Jim Halley, from Inspiring Scotland shares his thoughts here and on their blog. To see our previous post, click here . 1. What impact will the 2014 Global Pro Bono Summit have on pro bono in Scotland? We got more exposure into what pro bono support can offer. We […]

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Corporate concepts in Non-Profit – part 1 May 24th, 2014

Written and compiled by Banu Raghuraman The opinions are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official views of Endeavour. We reached out to Jason Shim for some thoughts on how to incorporate for-profit concepts in the non-profit sector. Jason, as the Digital Media Manager, oversees the online presence of Pathways to […]

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Microblog, Part 3 of 6: “It felt good that we are not alone in facing some difficult challenges.” May 21st, 2014

Written and compiled by Banu Raghuraman Our third featured attendee is from Germany – Claudia Leißner, representing Proboneo. To see our previous post in this series, click here. 1. What impact will the 2014 Global Pro Bono Summit have on pro bono in Germany? I can name a few… One, I built better relations with […]

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Lean Six Sigma in Not-For-Profits – part 2 May 19th, 2014

Written by Banu Raghuraman, Director of Marketing & Communications (@banudesigns) The opinions are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official views of Endeavour. We continue part 2 of the article here. Click here for part 1. In the previously mentioned example, LSS suggests that we should never stop challenging status quo, […]

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Microblog, Part 2 of 6: “We’re thrilled to be a part of the global pro bono movement.” May 15th, 2014

Written and compiled by Banu Raghuraman Continuing from Part 1 , we present thoughts from our second attendee. Geoff Ripat represented Spark, Canada at the Summit. 1. What impact will the 2014 Global Pro Bono Summit have on pro bono in Canada? The Summit was a great source of connections, energy and ideas and we’re […]

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Lean Six Sigma in Not-For-Profits – part 1 May 13th, 2014

Written by Banu Raghuraman, Director of Marketing & Communications (@banudesigns) The opinions are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official views of Endeavour. Lean Six Sigma (LSS) is a business tool that combines the concepts of both Lean and Six Sigma to improve business efficiency by focusing on eliminating eight different […]

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