Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission: A Strategic Guide for Nonprofit Leaders, by Holly Ross, Verclas and Levine introduces sensible, strategic choices about technology. The book reveals find out how to successfully manage technology and presents practical advice for resolution makers and employees alike who often have little or no experience with technology.
At a small organization like NTEN, a pacesetter must be able to do just about everything, from fundraising to janitorial services. But there are big swaths of the job description I’ve had to learn from scratch.
Luckily, the technology half wasn’t considered one of them, however I can relate to the nonprofit leaders on the market going through essential choices about technology on a regular basis and who have little thought how all this stuff works. That’s why we’re so enthusiastic about our book. It is written by NTEN members for nonprofit leaders struggling to search out technology sea-legs.
With contributions from the top specialists in the nonprofit technology area, Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission: A Strategic Guide for Nonprofit Leaders addresses technology planning and people. It consists of the instruments you could get the work executed, and the information that will enable you to communicate better, evaluate technology investments, raise cash, and more.
Written in nontechnical language the book covers a broad spectrum of subjects, it proves that nonprofit organizations can and may embrace technology, somewhat than being terrified of or intimidated by it. It will probably assist leaders craft a technology technique that makes sense and builds ROI whereas additionally providing inspiration for his or her staff.
Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission: A Strategic Guide for Nonprofit Leaders
Holly Ross, Katrin Verclas and Alison Levine
Jossey-Bass; 1 edition