10 Things Every Church, Synagogue or Mosque Leader Should Know About Nonprofit Tech

Last Friday our scrappy little team held the first ever ‘Congregations 2.0‘ training in New York City. Its got me thinking about what exactly what the nptech community should saying when we help congregations. Maybe this:

1.  In many nonprofit settings, the person who knows the most about technology is often least able to drive technology related change. The gap between power and expertise can cost your congregation years of miss opportunities and hundreds of thousands of dollars in increased costs.  This problem has a cure: treat your techie like an attorney or accountant, someone who owns specialized knowledge you can’t replicate by ‘paying attention.’ [Read more...]