A recent survey of business executives concluded that work isn’t really a place any longer — it’s a state of mind. That’s because mobile technology and social networking make it easier for us to merge the professional and the personal. As this infographic shows, 98% of executives say they send work-related emails on nights and weekends, and the same percentage deal with personal matters at the office.
I have no doubt that this holds true in the nonprofit world too.
But what are the implications for nonprofit communications staff? Is this good, bad, or neutral for your nonprofit?
I’d love to hear your experiences in the comments.