- It’s my birthday! Well, not my actual birthday – but it’s been three years since I launched my third act as a solo consultant. It took guts to leave a job that I loved and find a new way to support my awesome nonprofit colleagues. In celebration of this milestone, here’s a 3-minute video with 3 tips to help collaborate around your nonprofit tech. Watch.
Calling all accidental techies: system integration can be an amazingly efficient way to move information between different nonprofit software products – but it can be hard to wrap your brain around what this really means. Join me on April 8th at 1:00 ET for a free webinar sponsored by Blackbaud. Register.
Is it time to love it or list it? How can you really know whether you should invest in updating the existing fundraising CRM/database, or if the smart thing to do is begin to plan for a move into a new system? I’ll show you how to gain clarity at the free Responsive Nonprofit Summit on 4/14-15. Sign up.
Latest from the blog
I recently held an ‘Ask the Expert’ session with TechSoup – and wow! The questions flew in so fast and furiously that I wasn’t able to get to them all – so I put the answers in this blog post!
It’s (past) time to ensure your nonprofit website is accessible and ADA compliant! Get tips in this guest post from DNL OmniMedia.
I don’t know about you, but I do not want Dwight to be my project manager! There are five skills every PM needs – find out what they are in this blog post.
It’s Gotten Complicated
Your organization has multiple tools, platforms, and systems. It’s time to get your arms around it all and make your technology work for you.
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Nonprofit Technology Projects Should Be Awesome
“Your suggestion of proposal/contract software rocked our world — we’re digging in to investigate it. Thank you for talking today. It was hugely helpful.”
– Barb Wilder-Smith, General Manager & Director of Content Development, Tools of the Mind
“Just wanted to say thank you again for an excellent meeting today! We all left the meeting feeling both energized and excited about the upcoming project – most of all, I think we’re all feeling much more confident about our ability to make this happen, and we are grateful for your thoughtful guidance.”
– Jim Palma, Executive Director, Target Cancer Foundation