Are technology projects a source of frustration, confusion, or excessive cost within your organization? Are you curious about whether you’re following best practices and selecting the best tools as you apply technology in your programs and operations? Would you like to meet others solving similar problems and facing similar challenges?
Managing Nonprofit Technology Projects is an event series designed to help you better manage technology projects in your nonprofit or as a consultant to nonprofits.
Aspiration and Community IT Innovators are hosting the fourth Nonprofit Technology Project Management event in Washington, DC on Monday and Tuesday, February 8th and 9th, 2010.
Complete details are at http://www.aspirationtech.org/events/mntp-dc/2010
And you can register directly at http://bit.ly/4q1AgC
A detailed agenda for the event is also available at http://mntp.aspirationtech.org/index.php/Event_Agenda.
The agenda will continue to evolve up to and during the event, as we dialog with participants and strive to meet specific needs in the domain of technology project management for nonprofits. We invite participants to both request and propose sessions.
Informal, information-rich, discussion-based sessions will allow participants to compare processes, tools, successes, and lessons learned. We will discuss areas such as team collaboration, project planning, software selection, migration, and project roll-out, and map out the software tools – from project management packages to collaborative communication to issue tracking and more – that support successful technology projects.
We look forward to seeing you there!