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In Part 2, Join Pat Sprehe, Carolyn Woodard, and Sarah Wolfe for a review and discussion of basic IT management and the foundations of nonprofit IT support that all nonprofit organizations must invest in before moving on to implementing new or innovative IT.
They share insights from over 20 years supporting nonprofits into when to take a chance and innovate, and when to invest in the IT basics first.
For every success story you hear about an innovative new app or technique that a nonprofit used to change their sector, you probably know dozens of nonprofits with “big idea” tech projects that didn’t deliver.
How can your leadership team tell the difference between an IT idea that your organization can support and one that will cause wide-reaching headaches? Is your nonprofit ready to innovate? Are you trying to cut corners where you shouldn’t?
When should you invest your resources first in getting your existing IT house in order and when should you go big?
This webinar presents a framework to help identify when to take an IT chance, based on your nonprofit size, lifecycle stage, leadership, culture, cybersecurity needs, and existing IT status.
Having served nonprofits exclusively for 20+ years, we also provide a checklist of basic IT must-haves that every nonprofit executive needs to know about, whether or not you plan on an innovative project.
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