Technology Investments: A Case for Change & For-Profit Partners
Nonprofits are constantly challenged with technology. Limited resources hinder hiring dedicated staff, legacy staff develop infrastructure that are unable to support evolving organizational demands, and technology band-aids are pervasive. IT decision makers often feel frustrated by making a case for change with senior management. CEO’s find challenge making case for investment to Boards and all roads lead to staff frustration, referring their “friend” to set up the firewall and a lack of forward-thinking technology planning for the organization.
But what if you were empowered to assess your organizations technology IQ (objectively), had a case study to follow in finding for-profit partners who could help you develop a plan and collectively build a successful case for investment?
Learn how the National Association of Social Workers-New Jersey Chapter and QnA Technology tackled the needs of the organization, built a case for change and mapped out a nonprofit/for-profit partnership that you can follow.
- Assess internal tech IQ, capacity and risks
- Build Partnership/Trusted Relationships
- Develop a plan/case for investment (and implement it!)