In response to my previous post a colleague passed along a link to a survey on a similar topic.  The goal of the survey is to better understand the relationship between software selection and project outcomes, a topic of interest to myself and many readers here.

I’d love to get a number of people from the nonprofit community to respond, as I feel needs from the sector are often under-represented in similar studies.

The Choose Your Own Adventure Survey: Software Project Success or Failure

If the results prove interesting I’ll follow up with a blog on the topic as well. Enjoy!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

One of the founding members of Blackbaud’s interactive services team, Bo Crader works in various capacities as a business architect, implementation advisor and strategist. Recent projects include developing a multi-site rollout approach for a large healthcare organization, advising on the launch of a rebranding effort for a national federated nonprofit, and leading enterprise-wide organizational and technical assessments. A Blackbaud veteran, Bo has held positions in communications, consulting and business solutions.  He worked previously in publishing and served in the military. Specific areas of expertise include interactive strategy, emerging technologies, solution architecture and design, and project planning. Bo has been published in a number of publications on topics related to technology and fundraising trends. Bo holds a Master’s degree from the University of Georgia.  Bo is a frequent volunteer in his local community of Clemson, South Carolina, where he recently led an effort to start a nonprofit, and now serves as the organization’s Board Chair.

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