Monday, December 3, 2012 -
2:00pm to 5:00pm EST
Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, 650 Fifth Avenue, 18th Floor, NYC
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Administrative professionals routinely intersect with their organization’s technology infrastructure. Whether you outsource or insource your foundation’s technology needs, it is critical to understand how to approach projects so you make decisions that fit your specific organization needs and capacity and maximize your return on investment.
Guli Basu, Information Services Operations Manager at the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, will guide us through key elements to making smart IT decisions.
- Assessing your business and technology needs and determining the project scope.
- Identifying your human resources and human capital requirements.
- Strategizing beyond your immediate need to ensure a long-term return on investment.
For the second half of the meeting, we’ll gather advice and suggestions from Ms. Basu and FAN peers on how to improve administrative functions that intersect with IT. Consider projects you are looking to implement, manage, or streamline. What processes, protocols, or procedures that tie administration and IT would benefit from our group’s advice?
About the Foundation Administrators Network
The Foundation Administrators Network (FAN) is a professional peer network designed to support administrative professionals at Philanthropy New York member organizations. In addition to sharing information over an active listserv, the network meets quarterly to give participants an opportunity to connect with colleagues in person, discuss topics of interest in a confidential setting, and meet Philanthropy New York staff who support the network. New members are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Reminder: As always, creating a confidential space at network meetings is very important. Please do not share specific details from the meetings with individuals outside the network.
This Program is "Completely Private."
Members who have responsibility for foundation administration, including human resources, finance, and operations.