Do you want to deliver high-impact technology projects like the top 10% of non-profits do?
You’ve probably experienced the dread of having to report to trustees that a project is not hitting its milestones. And, unless you’re already in the top 10% of nonprofits, realised with frustration that the team have been overspending on features and optimisations which don’t deliver your most important outcomes.
Imagine the satisfaction of a technology project actually achieving all the outcomes you hoped for.
To build consensus around the scope and objectives of your project
To assess what resources are required for your project, including personnel
Techniques for avoiding burnout and inadequate staffing
The importance of developing a project plan and schedule that fits with reality
Processes for preventing misunderstandings, increasing buy-in, and avoiding resistance to change
Why most projects end up with scope creep and dissatisfied stakeholders
What most people get wrong when monitoring progress
Methods to stay in control of resource allocation and financial planning
Harrison Brown has been working in the nonprofit sector for over 15 years. Having held a variety of commercial and non-profit technology roles, he co-founded Suru Partners in 2014 to provide non-profits with technology that truly drives their mission forward. Suru partner with nonprofits across the globe to use digital technology to further their mission and impact, providing people & teams with the right tools to change the world.