Project Management Fundamentals
NTEN courses run for one week and are offered twice a year.
Ensure projects solve meaningful problems and provide tangible benefits before investing in those projects
Consensus and Buy-In
Work with stakeholders to build consensus, commit to decisions, and get buy-in from leadership and staff for major changes
Learn a broad range of skills needed for successful project management, as well as tactics, tools, and strategies to help organizations execute projects that deliver value
When it comes to complex technology projects, the challenges of scope, budget, vendor relations, ROI, timelines, change management, and resources can be overwhelming obstacles to success. Nonprofits often have limited capacity to effectively manage technology projects.
Learn how you can overcome those obstacles and successfully take on complete complex projects. This course will help you ask the hard question that is critical to any project’s success: What problem are you solving?
Once you’ve established that a project is worth taking on, we’ll guide you through a sample project charter. The project charter is a guide to important questions to be addressed at the beginning of a project and serves as a reference point throughout. Finally, we’ll look at some of the tools and techniques you can use as a project manager to help with a well-conceived and planned project stay on course through completion.
Joshua Peskay is a technology leader with two decades of experience leading technology change for over a thousand New York City nonprofits. He helps organizations sort through the incredible pace of change to select the best technology and use it wisely. He also does cybersecurity stuff.
Earn While You Learn - Professional Credits
In addition to our own Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate, NTEN is an approved provider for a number of other professional credentials programs. This course qualifies for the following credits:
NTEN Professional Certificate
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