About

Russ Martin

This blog is written by Russ Martin. Russ has over 13 years of experience in product development, analytics, pioneering teams, digital missions, setting corporate strategy and leading transformational organizational change.

The greatest strength Russ brings to the the table is the ability to work effectively on both the business and the technical side of an organization.

Russ helped to found the Indigitous network and is a strong initiator of collaborative projects across traditional organizational and geographical boundaries.

You can find Russ on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Why this blog, Double Derivative?

A: Acceleration is the rate at which something speeds up or slows down.  Using calculus, acceleration can be found by computing the second derivative of a function.

For non-profit causes to succeed, it is crucial they are able to adapt quickly to changes in their environment.

Non-profits need leaders who will courageously chart the course in making mission success possible.

The Double Derivative blog is about developing the leadership potential in the digital strategies and marketing parts of non-profits to accelerate the good work these organizations need to do.

The posts on this site are my own personal opinions. They are not read or approved by my employer, Power to Change Ministries, before posting and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Power to Change or its affiliates.

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2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Russ,

    I’m a fellow college ministry blogger and I’d like to subscribe to your blog via RSS. I tried clicking on subscribe at the top of the page and just got a page full of html text. Is there any way I could get the RSS feed link? Thanks!

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