Over the past several years we’ve been contributing to our social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter. We have felt compelled to increase our social media efforts with a belief that they will help to improve our SEO and that some of our clients might like to interact with us online. Although some of our efforts have been fruitful, we are still figuring out how more consumer social media apps like Facebook can be used effectively in business-to-business relationships.
The Affordable Care Act is reshaping our health care landscape. Non-profit organizations that provide health and human services are right in the thick of it, along with hospitals, counties, and many others.
If you missed the first three parts of this series, here is a quick synopsis: In part 1, I covered some myths and problems to
Before you can define the role of technology within your strategy, you have to know where the organization is going, and be able to project out over the next few years at least.
If you’re an Executive Director (ED), and you want to get the buy-in of your technology staff, you have to learn some of their language.
Focus on organizational strategy first, and where technology fits in to improve success.
In just the past few months, Microsoft has released special charity pricing for non-profits and education. I’ve been following the product release and feedback and it has been very positive.