Gauging your Digital Program using the Digital Programmatic Spectrum
Thursday, December 19th 3ET /12 PT
Cost: This is a special free on-demand class, use the form below to join.
The pressures mount on Digital Programs every day with the evolution of tools and strategies. As your organization transforms its digital program it’s important to be able to gauge where you are today and link it with strategies of where you want to be.
In this class, we’ll walk you through the development of the Digital Programmatic Spectrum. From there we’ll discuss how to gauge where your organization falls on the spectrum so you can realistic strategize about where you should be.
Breakdown of Digital Programmatic Spectrum
How to Gauge your Digital Program
Log in to access: Gauging your Digital Program Worksheet
Brad (Schenck) Caldana
Author of The Digital Plan and Senior Digital Strategy Trainer
Brad (Schenck) Caldana is a leading digital and engagement strategist for nonprofits and political campaigns. He’s been driving engagement via the internet for over a decade and the author of "The Digital Plan — Strategic guidance and planning to: Win political campaigns. Grow nonprofit organizations. Launch projects and meet goals." His trainings have empowered thousands of people around the world.
Important roles he’s held: President Obama’s 2012 Training Director and battleground state digital strategy, Digital Strategy for the Democratic National Committee, Digital Strategy for the Obama-Biden 2012 Inaugural team, founding Digital Strategist for Organizing for Action, CREDO SuperPAC Digital Strategy, Head of Engagement for Vote.org, Rainforest Action Network Digital Engagement Director, and dozens of other campaigns and international nonprofits.
For Digital Directors and Organizational Leaders, it is essential to be able to gauge your digital program.
Even if you aren’t in a leadership role, understanding how to gauge programs can help you along your path to leadership.
If your program is all volunteer this can help you assess where it is in reality.