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It seems to go without saying that tech planning is important to the health of an organization. Okay, we do say it. Maybe even a lot. Because we believe that it is paramount for success across your organization.
We also know that when you're caught up in the day-to-day, it can be hard to stop and take stock and make that plan.
This spring at NTC (NTEN's Nonprofit Technology Conference), TechSoup will be presenting a "Technology Strategy and Planning" session to give you the most up-to-date advice and answer your questions in person.
We've got the resources and advice part down pat, but we'd love to feature an organization that has gone through a tech planning process . . . and lived to tell about it.
Has your org done a major tech strategy plan that you have either completed or are in the process of executing? We'd love to feature you in the presentation!
If you're in San Francisco or plan to attend NTC this year, we'd love to have you there live. If you aren't, we'd still love to set up some time to interview you by phone and email.
It would be great to show other orgs how your own hard work has paid off and how it might help them address their own planning process.
Michael DeLong | Online Community Manager
Michael -- I had a rare opportunity upon joining my current org to come in with very few fires to put out and the time to do a strategic plan the right way, both in terms of doing the right amount of interviews and research prior to writing it and them using it as a tool to orientate and change people's thinking about technology, to some extent. I'd love to share the story.
This is excellent. Thank you for being so quick to respond, and with such a great lead.
Also, welcome back to TechSoup! I'm glad to see you back in the forums.
Congrats on the position at Earthjustice, and on being able to implement what it sounds like was a smooth tech planning process. It's always inspiring to hear how careful interviewing and research can be turned into a tool to actually change people's thinking about technology -- to any extent!
I will pass this along to Carlos Bergfeld and Ariel Gilbert-Knight, who will be the presenters at NTC.
Meantime, would you mind adding a photo and bio to your profile? It only takes a few seconds and it helps us build trust and credibility and helps you get some eyeballs on your org or work. Our stalwart volunteer Jayne Cravens has some tips on how to do a quick and good TechSoup profile.
Thanks again, Peter!
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