Our mission is great technology.
Specifically, we help incubate great technology into the fabric of forward-thinking organizations.
Your technology should be great, and it can be. But it requires substantial resources, consistent focus, skilled staff, and adept leadership. There is no shortcut.
If a baseball team doesn’t have anyone in left field, they will consistently lose. Sure, they may pitch great games and handle everything in the infield just fine. But fly balls will go unfielded. The same applies to technology teams, but holes in coverage there aren't always as easy to spot.… Read more in “The Blarg”
Over the years we’ve worked with organizations to not just implement Salesforce, but to also build and incubate internal staff or teams who are ready to take full ownership of their system’s and organization’s success. This white paper offers models and specifics for how to put in place engaged, dedicated, thoughtful internal capacity to guide your technology.
An evolving “curriculum” of bite-size writings, to help people quickly get their heads around our basic philosophy about running successful technology efforts using a "product team" framework.
Love Your Technology: The Product Team Approach
Personal Democracy Forum • 12m56s • June 7, 2016 • NYU Skirball Center, New York
The Chronicle of Philanthropy
"Having a product manager on staff allows everyone in an organization to focus on what they do best.... It’s so common-sense, but it’s not common,”
Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN)
Adding a product team is a really simple concept, but in practice it ends up being a fundamental shift in how an organization approaches technology.
See Smart Things We've Read for other resources and smart thinking.