How to Succeed with Your Software Implementation (Video, Podcast, Transcription)
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How to Succeed with Your Software Implementation
Facing an implementation project? Now that you’ve made your software selection, what are your next steps? How can you maximize this opportunity for your nonprofit, and minimize the risks, time, and expenditures to reach the goals for your new technology?
In this video Peter Mirus, co-founder of Build Consulting, discusses ways to succeed with your software implementation, shares leadership strategies, and answers questions from the webinar audience.
What you’ll learn:
- What does it mean for the implementation of a new software or platform project to be a “success?”
- What are the key elements your organization needs to have in place to guide an implementation to success?
- What are the secrets of successful nonprofit tech implementations that fail to get enough attention?
- How can you help your nonprofit be in the 50% of tech projects that succeed?
There are many reasons why software implementation can be less than successful. Maybe you need to alter the composition of your project leadership team, perhaps your training objectives or requirements aren’t clear, perhaps you haven’t organized your time management well, or maybe you just need a strong change management template to help you keep up on multiple and multi-faceted team tasks.
In this webinar on how to succeed with your software implementation, Peter Mirus shares tips gleaned from over two decades working with nonprofit leaders to improve tech selection and adoption. Learn how to set your nonprofit up for success.
As with all our webinars, this presentation is appropriate for an audience of varied IT experience. Build is scrupulously vendor-agnostic, so this conversation will feature a realistic look at the impact thoughtful leadership can have on your project implementation outcomes.