Monthly Archives: March 2012

Buzz Words

I hear the term “change management” everywhere lately: in information technology, in communications, in project management, but I’m still not sure what change managers really do. According to Wikipedia, change management is a structured approach to shifting/transitioning organizations from a current state to … Continue reading

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New Writer for Women at Work

JRP is happy to place, Andrew, President of The In-House Writer (theinhousewriter.com), has just taken on a new project with Women at Work (womenatwork.org) involving media relations. Women at Work is a career and job resource center with a mission to … Continue reading

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Nonprofit Capaci-What?

Many people don’t know what nonprofit capacity building is. Below is a list of some of the projects JRP volunteers have completed this year to help nonprofits become more effective and efficient. o   Database Adjustments for Pasadena Senior Center o   Database … Continue reading

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JRP Volunteer Helps Arlington Garden Grow

Just off a busy thoroughfare in southwest Pasadena sits a verdant oasis known as Arlington Garden. Open to the public during daylight hours, it features gently winding paths, a classic labyrinth and lush “garden rooms” furnished with benches that invite … Continue reading

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