The part I really clicked with is the microplanning. “Microplanning is an iterative process of small experiments that lets organizations change, scale, or scrap them easily, quickly and inexpensively.”
I am going to share my thoughts about the book "The Networked Nonprofit" by Beth Kanter and Allison Fine over 11 posts, this was part 8 (one for each chapter). But rather than just tell you what the chapter is about, I am going to share what I learned from it, any reactions and extra thoughts that I would add. However the big caution I have with this, is that I am just not as smart and experienced as Beth and Allison, so you should probably just buy the book.