Talking About Nonprofit Tech RFP’s With Tony Martignetti at Nonprofit Radio

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During the 2018 Nonprofit Technology Conference, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to present a session on nonprofit technology RFPs (Requests for Proposals). On the conference’s opening day, my co-presenter, Ceci Dadisman, and I sat down to record a session for Tony Martignetti’s Nonprofit Radio program and that episode was published last Friday. You can stream the episode at talkradio.nyc or download from iTunes (ep.412). The show was recorded right …

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Look At That, Older Age Groups Do Use Mobile

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Recently, I had the pleasure of conducting a private Google Analytics training session with a performing arts organization and one of the skills we covered was how to use the Secondary Dimension function to cross tabulate data. During that process, one of the items we uncovered is the top three age groups that converted to ticket purchases using mobile devices were Women, age 55-64; Women, Age 65+; and Men, age 55-64. …

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Principal Trombonist Facing Sexual Misconduct Allegations Is Suspended From Teaching Position During Investigation

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While the Cleveland Orchestra announced in September, 2018 it would suspend principal trombone Massimo La Rosa pending an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct, the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM) took a full month to follow suit. Nonetheless, according to an article by Zachary Lewis in the 10/16/2018 edition of the Plain Dealer, CIM finally came around. At the same time, they did not provide any additional details beyond a few …

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Let’s Take All The Repeats For Berklee’s “Music Careers In Dollars and Cents”

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Every now and then I’m fortunate enough to have someone point out a resource I missed when it was originally released. The most recent example is Berklee College of Music’s Music Careers In Dollars and Cents resource from 2016 that provides salary ranges for quite a few professions in the US music business. A big hat tip to pianist and composer Ryan Cohan for connecting me with this resource. While the …

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Examining The Lyric Opera Orchestra Settlement

On Sunday, 10/14/2018 the Lyric Opera of Chicago (LOC) and its musicians ended a week-long strike with a new three-year agreement. Instead of the customary joint press statement announcing the news, each stakeholder released their own notice. While LOC’s statement failed to reference any terms, the musicians’ release covered a few highlights and based on that information, it seems clear the musicians conceded to most of the employer’s demands. Here’s a …

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