Inside Foundant – the Blog

6 Ways to Champion Change From the Inside Out

By Ruth Masterson, Exponent Philanthropy  Originally posted on Exponent Philanthropy’s blog, PhilanthroFiles  Do you want to catalyze change at your foundation? Perhaps you want to improve board dynamics, refine your mission, or implement new technology. Many forces can initiate change, and here we explore how your fellow trustees and staff champion change successfully from the inside out. Every situation is different, of course, and we encourage you to use these ideas not as …     Continue Reading »

You Fly, We Buy June 2015: Kickin’ it with Clients

You Fly, We Buy is a special time for us here at Foundant. It’s not just about training in the software, or clients connecting with the Client Services and Development teams, it’s also about the fact that when clients come to Bozeman, they get to see what our lives are like. They get to understand why we choose to live in a place that often drops …     Continue Reading »

What the heck is “The Cloud?”

By Chris Dahl, Foundant VP of Technology If “The Cloud” is confusing to you, don’t worry, you’re not alone. The concept of our work, our pictures, and our data floating around in a misty cotton ball somewhere is confusing to many people and, to some, it’s downright scary. But it doesn’t have to be. I came across a post on Mashable recently that gave some …     Continue Reading »

Marketo Summit Takeaways: You #Inspire Me!

A couple of weeks ago, I attended the Marketo Summit in San Francisco with my Foundant marketing friends, Kristin Laird (Marketing Communication Manager) and Darah Moore (Events Coordinator). Marketo is the marketing automation software we use to send you our Foundant Connections newsletter, invitations to events, email notifications on upcoming releases, and more. I know each of you open your email every morning excited to …     Continue Reading »

Foundant Summit 2015: Great People, Coming Together to Learn

We’re still winding down from the emotional high of our recent Summit conference in Tempe, AZ. As I think back on the many factors that contributed to the success of the conference, it strikes me that it all really boils down to people connecting with other people to learn. In an age where we’re all forced to move faster and more efficiently through our personal …     Continue Reading »