- 11 Lessons Learned for being an Effective Database Admin
Gang. I’ve learned a ton working as a database admin. Obviously, there’s the technical stuff I never thought I’d ever know. Like what it takes to build a Salesforce flow, the difference between coding languages (ish), and even how an API works. Not that I could tell you what API actually stands for.
- When Nonprofit Tech Projects Stall, Part 2: How to Move Forward
Losing traction on a project? You might actually be able to turn things around.
- When Nonprofit Tech Projects Stall, Part 1: Why It Happens
To anyone who’s ever had a project unexpectedly lose momentum – let’s chat.
- How to Deliver Bad News to Staff Stakeholders
Yup! You can deliver bad news in a way that still leaves everyone feeling good-ish.
- How can fundraisers & database managers best work together?
A prospect researcher and a database admin walk into a bar.
- 10 Project-Management Tips To Help You Work Better with Colleagues
That awkward moment when your colleague doesn’t deliver…doesn’t have to be awkward at all.
- Tips for Finding a Remote Job during COVID-19
If you’re looking for a new job, you may want to consider adding remote jobs to your search. Here are some tips for how and where to find them (including options specific to nonprofit and Salesforce jobs).
- How to Get The Most From Online Community Groups
If you’re part of any online groups or forums, here are some lessons learned how to be an effective contributor.
- Trello or Asana? A Skeptic’s Take on Two Productivity Tools
Trello & Asana are popular picks for the nonprofit worker who wants to be productive. So which one is better?
- You need to document your work. Here are 6 reasons why.
When your nonprofit keeps you busy, it’s easy to put documentation on the back burner. Here are all the reasons why you’ll want to start.
- 11 Tech Tools to Better Manage Requests
A slew of tech tools — ranging from the free & easy, to the pricy & sophisticated – to better manage those staff requests.
- How to Build an Intake Process for Staff Requests
A simple concept for something that can feel somewhat complicated.