Virtual Work Hacks: How to
Keep Major Technology Projects on Track

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In today’s stay-at-home environment, your people and your vendors are working remotely. That can be a particularly difficult challenge if you have technology projects underway. But it doesn’t have to be!

Best practices have emerged during the Covid-19 disruption. Using these virtual technology “hacks,” your project team and vendors can continue to work through processes typically handled in-person. So, from requirements through testing, training and beyond, you can stay on track.

Let an expert on IT solutions for associations and nonprofits show you how. 

Register now for Virtual Work Hacks: How to Keep Major Technology Projects on Track.

In this one-hour webinar, Strategic IT Consultant Gretchen Steenstra walks you through a virtual “report card” your team can use to get top marks for handling technology projects from home—or any location.

Hacks for handling in-person collaboration … virtually. You’ll learn project team best practices emerging from the Covid-19 “work from home” world. You’ll also get expert guidance on how your team and vendors can apply these hacks to keep technology initiatives moving forward. Plus, you can ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now to ensure the continued success of technology projects now underway, including how to:

  • Identify adjustments necessary for work that is typically done in-person (requirements, testing, training, adoption)
  • Empower your team to manage technology projects from home
  • Ensure good communication between vendors and staff
  • Plan a smooth reentry for when in-person work can resume

With everyone working from home, this webinar can make all the difference in maintaining the momentum of your technology projects. Your entire team will benefit.

Register now for Virtual Work Hacks: How to Keep Major Technology Projects on Track.

Meet Your Webinar Leaders

Gretchen Steenstra has worked with a variety of associations, both as a staff member and as a consultant, from a small association of 12 staff members to a large association with over 120 staff members. Her career has been a journey starting in the membership department, followed by IT project management to technology leadership. Gretchen works for DelCor as a Strategic Consultant where she works on projects ranging from CIO services to system selections. One of her major contributions has been the ability to work with business staff members to translate and connect their business needs and goals into concepts that are understood by technology professionals. In addition, she has coached staff members to be more involved with the ongoing management and growth of solutions and platforms.
 
As a business owner as well as liaison between staff members and technical teams, Gretchen brings experience and perspective from both ‘sides’ of the technology discussion. She a member of PMI and ASAE where she has served on the ASAE Membership Section Council and is a current member of the ASAE Technology Council. In addition to ASAE volunteer experience, Gretchen is a founding and board member of Association Women Technology Champions (AWTC). This group was founded based on the observation that women continue to have a minority role in the technology environment – especially in leadership positions. Gretchen is an active supporter of Computer CORE, a nonprofit founded to provide computer and workforce develop training to low income adults.

Tobin Conley joined DelCor in 2001 as a Strategic Consultant. With more than 35 years of experience in the nonprofit, higher education, and association communities—including 18 years at DelCor, Tobin Conley has considerable knowledge of the administrative practices and information technology (IT) processes of the nonprofit sector.

Mr. Conley is a member of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) and has earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation in recognition of his involvement in the association community. For several years, he served as a course facilitator for ASAE’s online classes (i.e., Principles of Association Management, Professional Development Management Series, and The Compelling Leader) and has held leadership positions on various ASAE Section Councils and Committees, including the ASAE Professional Development Section Council. Mr. Conley is also the immediate Past Chair of the National Capital Area Advisory Council and has served as President of the Board for The Arc Montgomery County, a local nonprofit agency in the Greater Washington, DC area with an annual budget of over $25M.

Who Should Attend

This webinar is of value to all associations and nonprofits. Attendees who will benefit most include:

  • Technology Staff
  • Communications Staff
  • Marketing Staff

Don't wait, register your entire team today!

CAE Credits: All live webinar attendees are eligible for 1 CAE credit hours. Association TRENDS is a CAE Approved Provider. Our programs meet the requirements for fulfilling the professional development requirements to earn or maintain the Certified Association Executive credential. We will maintain records of your participation in accord with CAE policies. For more information about the CAE credential or Approved Provider program, please visit www.whatiscae.org

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$215.00 Virtual Work Hacks: How to Keep Major Technology Projects on Track (OnDemand: Active for 12 months from 06.16.20)