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Managing technology is no longer optional; it is a critical piece of any nonprofit's business plan. In this audio lecture recorded at the 2007 Nonprofit Boot Camp, information technology consultant John Kenyon gives invaluable guidance on the planning needed for small and medium-sized organizations to get the most out of their tech investment. Using a work systems framework, Kenyon explores the choices needed to minimize risks and strike the right balance between people, data, and technology.
John Kenyon has been engaged with nonprofits for over 15 years, providing advice, teaching seminars, and writing articles about technology. With Michael Stein, he is the author of The eNonprofit: A guide to ASPs, Internet Services and Online Software, and the Nonprofit Quarterly article "A Decade of Online Fundraising." Kenyon is an adjunct professor at University of San Francisco’s Institute for Nonprofit Management and has been a featured speaker at conferences across the United States.