When nonprofits experience a funding windfall, IT or other tech projects are often cut or defunded. This can cause a variety of tech problems for the organization. My latest article for Nonprofit Pro helps you to navigate these situations and explores the best ways to manage a funding windfall’s impact on your IT.
Are you struggling with a tech project that seems to be failing no matter what you do? While you may be ready to throw everything you’ve got at the problem to solve it, there are certain things you definitely shouldn’t do to save your tech project. Read the full list in my latest article on Banking Exchange.
Sometimes when you’ve encountered a blizzard, you might feel overwhelmed by the task of solving the “problem” that is your snow-buried driveway or walkway. What’s the solution? How are you going to fix this?
You go to your garage, get out the shovel, and start digging. There isn’t any fancy solution here to make the problem go away, it’s just going to take some elbow grease. It’s laborious and unpleasant, but it’s the only way to get the job done. IT projects are much like encountering a snowed-in walkway. It’s clear that the only solution is to dive in and start digging your way out of the problem – even if the simple solution is time consuming and unpleasant.
Read more about this concept, and how to approach these situations, in my full article on Banking Exchange.
It isn’t a secret that Ikea furniture is difficult to assemble. In fact, that might be putting it too lightly. Technology projects, similar to Ikea furniture, often have large segments to them that fall into this “complicated” category. The key to overcoming these complicated tasks so that you can move on and achieve the big-picture end goal is project management. Read more about the project management lessons you can learn from Ikea about project management, and how you can apply them to IT projects in my latest article for Banking Exchange.
The start of any tech rollout is crucial. The groundwork laid during the first third of the project will set up what the rest of your rollout looks like. Read about the five biggest myths that tend to negatively impact the beginning of tech rollouts in my latest blog for Banking Exchange.