For many leaders, technology is among the scariest aspects of nonprofit management. Technology changes frequently, most leaders don’t have formal technology training, and when mistakes are made, they can be expensive.
But managing technology well can also lead to some of the greatest gains in productivity and effectiveness. The same skills that lead to a successful nonprofit career are the very same skills that will help you manage technology well in your organization.
In this session, we’ll ask you to change how you think about technology and challenge you to let technology run wild in your organizations, so that a thousand flowers can bloom.
Who Should Attend:
Nonprofit leadership staff, specifically non-technical staff who need to manage staff and/or strategic planning for the nonprofit organization.
Attendees will also learn more about NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network, where nonprofit professionals can access training, resources, and a community of peers and experts to help make technology work for you and your mission.