March 2024 TechCheck: A Technology Action Plan Workshop

Making the case for technology improvements is always a challenge. By completing this course you will have a TechCheck report to share with your leadership team in order to get the approval and budget that you need to move ahead with technology improvements.

One Time Purchase: $200.00
All Access Pass: Included

Two consecutive Wednesdays
March 20
 & March 27 2024, 12:00 - 1:30PM ET


Making the case for technology improvements is always a challenge. Often, the technology projects are not approved because they are not seen to be directly related to mission or program outcomes. In this 2 part course, we will provide a structured approach to developing a technology plan that provides current state assessment, gap analysis, projects and budget that close gaps as well as shows how those improvements will help your staff be more productive and your organization meet mission.

At course completion, you will have a written TechCheck report to share with your leadership team in order to get the approval and budget that you need to move ahead with technology improvements.

TechCheck is regularly a $450 service. Through this course, you will receive the completed assessment and report for $200.

By completing this course, you will:

  • Understand how technology aligns with mission outcomes and program productivity
  • Become familiar with how to assess 6 aspects of technology that affect your nonprofit
  • Gain knowledge of projects that can close gaps found through assessment in each category
  • Prioritize technology projects to meet budget with biggest impact on mission, program and staff productivity

Session 1: Technology Planning Overview & the TechCheck Assessment (2 hours)
Technology upgrades should not be completed ad-hoc or in reaction to failures. A solid technology plan that aligns tech with mission and program goals will help your organization be more productive, attract and retain staff, and produce better impact for your community. First step is understanding how to assess technology in use and outlining goals to be met. We will demonstrate TechCheck assessment process and reports. Participants will work through assessment questions and rank current state of each to gain understanding of how each category affects productivity and mission delivery.

Session 2: Budgeting for Improvements and Prioritizing Projects (1 hour)
In this session, we will review assessment findings and discuss recommendations to close gaps identified. Participants will work through aligning technology improvement projects and budgeting sheet to include in their final report.

Tech Impact will produce and deliver the final report to each participant within a week of course completion.


About Our Instructor
Sabrina Holmes
Sabrina Holmes 
IT Business Analyst

As an IT Business Analyst at Tech Impact, I work with non-profits to find a technology solution that supports their organization’s needs. Prior to transitioning into Nonprofit Tech, I spent several years in the insurance industry as a risk management professional.​​

Outside of Tech Impact, I volunteer with Junior Achievement. In my free time, I enjoy traveling and embracing a little adventure. ​​

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