nfp

Not for Profit. An organization engaged in good works.

NFP Change Management

To: 
2009
From: 
2008

This is a great group. It supports the Old Croton Aqueduct, the skinniest park in New York State, that runs by my house.

Implemented e-commerce for them, online memberships, set up the designer, presented to the board. All the usual.

Problem Definition: 

An easy, role-based CMS for a group of computer unsavvy ragtagle bunch of volunteers, including membership, e-commerce, interactive trail navigation, and general change management.

Approach: 
Slow. I was not only developer, but wrangler of social and technical skills.
URL: 
http://www.aqueduct.org

RFP Writing

To: 
2008
From: 
2007

I began consulting with Polytechnic University (formerly Brooklyn Polytechnic, now Polytechnic Institute of NYU) in January 2007.

I was asked in about September 2007 to craft an RFP to convert the entire panoply of 70+ university sites into a unified, branded, managed, controlled sites, in which the content creators, aided with the appropriate tools and best-practices, are kings.

The project went out for bid January 2008, and the very interesting firm of Agent16 was chosen.

This was an extraordinary experience, 30+ interviews and relentless documentation. Would I do it again?

Problem Definition: 

Unify and excite the web experience for the US's second-oldest technical school, with 70+ separate sites, 3000 students, and probably 100+ content provides, some of them Nobel Laureates.

Approach: 
Ask the right question. Listen.
URL: 
<a href="http://www.poly.edu">
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