In this 60-minute webinar, our expert presenters from Dog and Bone will give you practical and strategic technology advice for organisations planning for a new hybrid workplace.
Many organisations have made dramatic changes to their use of technology to allow their staff to work from home during COVID in the short term. However However now that organisations are planning their ‘return to work’ strategy they are realising that the ‘new normal’ could look very different. This webinar will help organisations to understand what to consider for their technology and provide some practical examples of new ways of working including:
- Supporting your team to work using the new hybrid remote working model of home, office and mobile
- Collaborating and communicating using Unified communications, telephony and cloud platforms
- Managing your procurement and partnerships in technology to provide flexibility and cost efficiency
- Online engagement and events with members, donors and customers
- Keeping your organisation and information secure in the new online and remote workplace
Thanks to our friends at Dog and Bone, tickets for this webinar have been discounted by 20% from the regular price of a Pro Bono Webinar.
Who should attend?
This webinar is aimed at fundraising and marketing professionals; NFP and social sector decision makers. This includes CEOs, CFOs, IT managers and operations managers who are making decisions about who their organisation will work and use technology in the future.
- Online event – in this interactive session, you’ll have the chance to have your questions answered live by our presenters.
Ticket price includes:
- Live access to the webinar — all you need is a computer and/or phone
- Access to the interactive chat box to have your questions answered live
- Digital Post Webinar Pack — the packs are emailed to you a week after the webinar and include the audio and visual recordings, slide deck, and (if purchased) the webinar book. The webinar book includes the session’s transcript with corresponding slides, the live chat stream and presenter notes.
All registrants are also eligible for an hour of free consulting valued at $250. The hour includes a call or video call with one of our senior consultants, matched up with your specific area of enquiry.
Areas Dog and Bone can provide support on:
- IT Strategy and planning
- Planning for a hybrid workplace
- Managing your IT providers and systems
- Technology advice, system selection and security considerations
- Phone systems /telephony/video conferencing/collaboration tools
- Managing your telecommunications expenses
- Telecommunications procurement
Details on how to claim your free consultation will be explained further in the session.
Matt Walton is a Principal consultant at Dog and Bone specialising IT Strategy, Microsoft technologies and Digital Transformation. Matt has over 20 years experience in the NFP sector and has a pragmatic approach to helping community organisations and governments to get the most out of technology.
Dan McKinley, CEO at Dog and Bone, is passionately committed to creating positive change through running a progressive business, building meaningful partnerships across the not-for-profit and Government sector.
An ethical, results driven leader Dan has nurtured Dog and Bone into a thriving business, a mission to “empower purpose driven organisations, to leverage technology for a better world’.
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