Peer-to-Peer Freakonomics: The Surprising Decisions People Make When Donating to Nonprofits
Peer-to-Peer Freakonomics will teach you to look at your fundraisers through the lens of consumer behavior. The topic was inspired by the 2005 book Freakonomics, which chronicled how ignoring conventional wisdom often results in better outcomes. Some of what you'll learn will seem counterintuitive.
Advanced: 3+ years of experience with the topic/product; well-versed in all functions‚ looking to learn complexities and new trends
Arts & Cultural Organizations, Education Institutions, Executive Leadership, Faith Communities, Individual Change Agents, Nonprofit Organizations
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