We notice that behind each of our most data-driven clients is a database admin who loves their job. We interviewed them to find out what their organizations get right.
Does Salesforce's email "REMINDER: Critical Update for Lightning Experience" have you worried you're about to be struck by lightning? You don't need a faraday cage, just a plan!
Are you a nonprofit admin or developer wondering if TrailheaDX can help you improve your skills, connect with important allies, and improve your nonprofit’s engagement technology? Barbara's report from TDX19 has the answers...and astronauts!
This week, Barbara presented at The Digital Nonprofit conference in Vancouver, BC. She took the room on a journey into the wilds of creating an engagement strategy. Even if you couldn't attend, we hope you'll benefit from these resources, too. Engage!
A discovery process is where your consultants spend time digging into how your systems currently work as well as your needs and ambitions for your new system. Discovery usually includes staff and/or other stakeholder interviews, technical research, and the formulation of an architectural approach and implementation budget.
Too often nonprofits manage technology from one emergency to the next, on a tiny budget, so technology policies may never cross their minds. But written technology policies are worth it. They will help you clarify your organization's approach to tech, set expectations for staff, and handle staff growth and turnover.
Guest post by Alia McKee, Sea Change Strategies Christmas carols in July? Please, no. Building snowmen instead of sand castles at the beach? Nah. Wooly sweaters at the swimming hole? Absolutely not. The cold, short days of winter seem far away, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be thinking about year-end during the summer months. …