Digital Transformation for Nonprofits

14 Nov
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Wednesday November 14, 2018
1.00-2.00pm ET
Where
Webinar

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For most nonprofits, digital transformation can feel too daunting to even consider. Yet in an era when automation and big budgets for technology are nothing new, how do you know that you are getting the most out of the time and resources you dedicate to your digital processes and tools? And most importantly, why should you even care? 

More than ever, nonprofits have to be hyper focused on the activities that yield the highest levels of impact to justify the budgets they need to operate effectively. Alongside this, there are more and more tools out there that can help support your activities, and integrate with one another. But how do you know you have the right tools, integrations, team members and processes in place?

Digital transformation allows organizations to have a data-driven handle on how they are performing, where they should focus their attention and budgets, and where they can find efficiencies. 

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Why digital transformation is valuable and achievable for nonprofits
  • What digital transformation looks like within a cause-driven organization
  • Tools and strategies you will need to get started

By the end of the webinar, you’ll have a good understanding of the benefits of digital transformation for cause-driven organizations, as well as practical first steps and tips to take as you consider embarking on one within your own team.

Our Presenter

Betsy Cecil, Vice President of Client Services, Forum One
Betsy is passionate about helping nonprofits use digital tools and strategies to achieve their goals. As a seasoned expert in project management, professional services, operations, and transformational leadership, Betsy is adept at working with our clients to identify tailored solutions for their cause-specific needs by driving results-based process improvement, and building efficient, focused teams. She earned her MBA from UNC Chapel Hill and BA from the University of Iowa.