A data strategy, for many nonprofits, becomes one of innovation and exploring new ideas.
“Technology should work for the organization, not the organization for the technology.” Or “Business decisions should drive technology decisions.” No matter how it is specifically expressed, this [...]
When nonprofit organizations are assessing their technology needs, and creating technology roadmaps to address those needs, they often wonder how far ahead their roadmap should look.
Learn the difference with a CTO, and how a CIO can serve as a valuable resource to your nonprofit organization.
An “information strategy” is a document that defines how your organization will leverage information to achieve its mission. It prioritizes and sequences the projects necessary to do this effectively.
Making improvements at your nonprofit begins with you! Don't wait for new technology. Build Consulting shows low and no-cost steps to make operational improvements until you can introduce new [...]
Nonprofit technology change management is the art and science of helping people to prepare for changes or disruptions that will happen or are happening. This resource round-up can help you manage [...]
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Many nonprofits first come to Build Consulting because they want a better technology roadmap for their organization. This article will help you think about what your nonprofit’s technology [...]
A platform-centric nonprofit uses the technology platform as a key foundation in their technology strategy. This focus on a platform allows the nonprofit to act on information and data in new [...]