Building a Future-Ready Nonprofit: A Strategic Approach to Technology & Automation
Nonprofit leaders surveying the current landscape of offerings to help make their organizations more operationally efficient could be forgiven for throwing up their hands in frustration. How do you manage the technological sprawl and know you’re collecting and managing the right data? The market serves up so many tools and services that purport to offer help with efficiency, integration, and automation. But how can you tell the difference between help and hype? And how should you prioritize? This webinar will walk through a strategic approach to refreshing and fortifying your operational infrastructure that starts with the fundamentals: People, Process, and Technology.
If you’re a leader trying to find some coherence in the proliferating demands for new tools and processes across your organization, this webinar will help you establish a way forward that is responsive to your stakeholders and oriented to sustainability.
-Identify the key components of a strategic approach to technology and automation in a nonprofit organization, including the importance of people, process, and technology in building a future-ready infrastructure.
-Evaluate the current landscape of tools and services available to nonprofits for operational efficiency, integration, and automation, and distinguish between genuine solutions and hype.
-Develop a prioritization framework for implementing technology and automation initiatives in a nonprofit organization, taking into consideration stakeholder needs and long-term sustainability goals.
Intended Audience: This session is open to Clients/Guests, Alliance, Internal, and International.
CPE: This session is qualified for up to 1.0 CPE Credits in the Specialized Knowledge (SK) field of study.
Program Level: Basic
Advanced Preparation: None