Nonprofit Technology Management

Get a handle on managing and leveraging today’s technology to help your organization succeed. Derek Houseworth will offer best practices, sound advice and lessons learned from more than a decade of experience with not-for-profit clients as a technology consultant. In simple, non-technical terms he’ll help you:

* Establish a baseline by assessing your organization’s current technology
* Improve strategic planning by understanding the technology lifecycle
* Describe the 3 unique technology roles in any organization
* Learn best practices when staffing and hiring for technology positions
* Formulate policies to save money, secure data & protect your organization

Nonprofit Technology Management: Advice from the Field

Thursday, April 8, 2010, 11:30 am – 1 pm

The Museum at Central School
124 First Avenue East, Kalispell

presented by Derek Houseworth of Houseworth Consulting, LLC
hosted by NpDP

Please RSVP to or 406/756-3618 to ensure enough seating and handouts if you plan to attend.

*** Also, when you RSVP, please send us your most pressing technology question to be addressed at the Brown Bag and in upcoming e-News. ***

About the presenter
Derek Houseworth’s professional career includes over 20 years of work in the computer consulting, network systems administration and commercial software development industries including nearly eight years with Microsoft Corporation. For the past 10 years he’s operated Houseworth Consulting and provided technology services to small, not-for-profit clients in the Northwest to help them operate more efficiently, save money and better serve their communities. Derek is a frequent speaker and writer on a variety of computer & software technology subjects and teaches computer courses through FVCC’s Continuing Education department. He is a certified Microsoft Small Business Specialist, a member of the Microsoft Partner Program and a member of Leadership Flathead 2010.

For information, contact:
Phone #: 406/756-3618


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