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The Landscape of Project Management Tools for Nonprofits
When you think of project management, do you think of a series of processes and best practices employed to keep staff and projects on schedule and on budget? Or do you think of a piece of software used for similar goals?
The fact is, project management is a discipline that includes both best practices and tools—some as simple as a paper checklist or spreadsheet, and some incredibly powerful and complex pieces of software that help plan, organize, collaborate, track, and share progress across multiple teams.
Join Idealware for a presentation of their findings from their new report, The Landscape of Project Management Tools for Nonprofits. Explore a wide range of software on the marketplace to get a better sense of what these systems are capable of, what they cost, and how effective they are for nonprofits. Then also look at how various types of tools are used to manage projects, and how to choose the software that works best for your organization.
Joshua Peskay, Idealware's project management expert, will be leading the conversation. Joshua is an expert trainer for Idealware and Vice President of RoundTable Technology, a technology service provider in New York and Maine. Joshua has been helping nonprofit organizations improve their use of technology since the early 1990s and has worked with more than 1,000 organizations. He specializes in helping organizations be strategic about their technology and make smart choices about services, support, and management.
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