To those shopping for your org’s next CRM: how’s that process treating you?Continue reading “8 Kinds of Nonprofit “CRM” Databases for Managing Constituents”
The project management tool your org needs to know.
Somebody get me an Asana mug, because I’m going through a phase.
For those who don’t know, Asana is an online project management tool. The free version (which I use for most of my work & blog projects) has great features for tracking tasks, deadlines and assignees.Continue reading “How to Organize an Email Marketing Campaign in Asana”
That awkward moment when your colleague doesn’t deliver…doesn’t have to be awkward at all.
Project-managing and collaboration wasn’t exactly easy before the crisis. So these days, it’s probably feeling even trickier.
Personally, I can spend hours engrossed in a spreadsheet. Or tinkering with Salesforce endlessly.
But there’s an undeniable satisfaction that comes from being able to work with other people, to achieve a shared outcome for your org/mission. It’s a great feeling when it happens.
And when it doesn’t? It’s usually because of a hiccup somewhere in the coordination.Continue reading “10 Project-Management Tips To Help You Work Better with Colleagues”
Trello & Asana are popular picks for the nonprofit worker who wants to be productive. So which one is better?
For a blog that’s about nonprofit productivity, I have a bit of a confession. And if you read my last post, you probably caught it – in the section where I talk about how I manage my work tasks.
Or more specifically, the fact that I don‘t. 😞 I know. Don’t judge me, gang.
It’s not for lack of trying! I’ve stopped and started many a system – spreadsheets, Salesforce, even written planners. Once I reach a point where using the system feels like more work than help, I cut it out of my life.
But now that the demands on my job are increasing, my current “system” of inbox to calendar to memory isn’t cutting it. It’s time for this gal to change her ways.Continue reading “Trello or Asana? A Skeptic’s Take on Two Productivity Tools”