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Aug 22, 2017

Today’s episode is all about Change Management and how you can better your organization by implementing change at all levels. My guest is Tiffany Getch, an Organizational Change Manager at Blackbaud, and she is an expert at creating data-driven solutions while defining and improving processes for non-profits. Join us as we cover specific tactics and resources you can use to create change and improve efficiency at your organization.

Topics discussed this episode:

  • Project management and adding new workflows
  • Productivity and organizational tools
  • Process mapping and milestones
  • Identifying and managing stakeholders
  • RACI diagrams and user training
  • Getting the team to work together

Resources:

Trello

Smartsheet

Basecamp

Tiffany on Twitter - @Tiffany_getch

Danielle on Twitter - @DJVermenton

Blackbaud

Blackbaud - Twitter #raiseandengage

Blackbaud - Facebook

 

“When driving a project, collaboration is key. Bring the whole team across the finish line.”

 

“The biggest thing about change is to bring everybody along.”

 

“Process mapping is an incredible exercise to get clarity of the things you were doing, things you thought were getting done and and things that still need to be done.”

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