"Measuring the Networked Nonprofit" is the book on social media measurement for nonprofits by Beth Kanter and Katie Paine, to be published this fall by Wiley publishers. It's a follow-up to both Kanter's "The Networked Nonprofit" and Paine's "Measure What Matters," and builds on the themes of working in a networked way and practical measurement techniques. "Measuring the Networked Nonprofit" is full of practical advice and best practices for nonprofit organizations that are learning to operate in a networked way and learning to use measurement to become more successful.
From the Epilogue:
"We wrote this book for you. If you work for or with a networked nonprofit, then you are most likely driven by a deeply rooted desire to change the world... your passion for making the world a better place fuels your vision and keeps you from being discouraged.
We know that the world‘s problems are complex. And we also know that passion alone is not enough... You now have a methodology to better understand your networks, to determine the value of your campaigns, and to get actionable information to make better decisions that will accomplish social change."