Below you will find a list of technology resources and downloads from Barker & Scott aimed at helping our friends in the nonprofit world to effectively plan, design, implement, test, and use technology solutions.

Create Your Playbook: Operationalizing the Art and Science of Major Gift Fundraising

Learn how one innovative organization is taking major gift fundraising to a transformational level by creating and operationalizing a unifying Playbook. Hear their journey of embracing the art and science of collaborative relationship building in order to maximize fundraising results, using an approach designed to serve both the highest good of the organization and its donors.

This deck was presented by Doug Barker, president of Barker & Scott, and Jeremy Cramer, chief development officer of Facing History and Ourselves at the 12th Annual Bridge to Integrated Marketing & Fundraising Conference.

AICPA: Positioning IT for Success Through Effective Strategic IT Planning

As the title suggests, this is a timely and important presentation designed to help nonprofit organizations implement technology that are actually solutions rather than costly, time-consuming, head-smacking albatrosses that so often plague our industry.

Presented by Doug Barker, president, and David Price, principal, we think you’ll find this presentation an invaluable resource for any existing or future technology planning or implementation process.

AICPA: Real-Life Lessons: How to Avoid Common and Costly Mistakes When Implementing Technology

It is no secret that even for the most sophisticated organization, IT can seem like a foreign language. In this presentation, Barker & Scott President Doug Barker and Principal David Price offer their insights into strategically planning for any IT engagement.

Specifically, we believe – and showcase here – why the thinking and planning that goes into IT investments is as important as the technology itself.

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Doug Barker, CIO 100

Doug once again will be participating as a judge at the 30th anniversary edition of the CIO 100 awards, to be held at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, CO, August 14-16. The panel of 34 judges are a rich mix of former CIOs, academic experts, and consultants carefully chosen for their expertise in evaluating the CIO 100 submissions for such topics as generating business value through the use of innovative technology.