A well-constructed and well-implemented technology plan is an important part of any effective organisation - especially in the office environment, where we are increasingly reliant on technology.
Date: 03/12/2023 – 03/12/2023
Monday 29 July | 09:30 – 16:30 | London Southbank | £20 per person
What is technology planning?
A technology plan is a simple but vital way for charities to successfully prepare for all of their technological needs, including providing for the possibility of sudden failures, delivering improved services, and more successfully fulfilling our missions.
It is common for small charities with limited resources not to prioritise this area of planning, but in fact this kind of forward-thinking is every bit as indispensible as, for example, your organisational or fundraising strategies – which themselves may become difficult or impossible in the event of unexpected computer failures, with no back-up system in place.
The IBM workshop
IBM’s Technology Planning in Small Charities workshop, led by a large team of IBM volunteers, is designed for non-IT-specialists, and will demonstrate how to create an effective technology plan in dialogue with your stakeholders.
The IBM experts will be providing plenty of hands-on support throughout the day, supplying you with practical tools and templates you can start to apply as soon as you return to your charity.
If your charity does not currently have a technology plan in place, or you feel that your technology plan could be more robust, this is an excellent opportunity to have access to technology experts and receive top quality support, all for just £20 per person.
Book your place now at: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/7208349367
For more information visit http://www.smallcharities.org.uk/ibm-skills-workshops/