2020: Small Steps Toward a Clearer Vision
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About the Event
Believe it or not, spring is right around the corner, and it’s the perfect time to try new things and take impactful steps to raise your organization's game. We're not talking about anything daunting like a new strategic plan or a communications overhaul. We're talking about three areas where you can make quick, tangible adjustments that will improve your organization's outlook for the year. Join us for the following discussions:
-Effective Meetings Result In...Results! With Keegan Flaherty of Flaherty Consulting
-Tips for A Winning Website With Professor Clay Looney, Ph.D., Chair and Professor of Management Information Systems at UM
-A Simple Recipe for Social Media Success With Rebekah Cockrell, Clover Social Media
This event is FREE to MNC members and $25 for non-members.
Keegan Flaherty’s, MSW, experience working with complex social service programs cultivated her passion for knowledge and education to learn how to improve programs for underserved populations. As a result, she has become a self professed nonprofit nerd who has a passion for helping nonprofits work smarter and stretch their resources to create more impact for their clients. Keegan has had the privilege of working with over 40 nonprofits nationwide and has extensive experience teaching, facilitating discussions, interviewing stakeholders, and summarizing feedback.
Clay Looney is Professor and Chair of the Management Information Systems (MIS) department in the College of Business at the University of Montana. He received a bachelor of science in computer science and a Ph.D. in MIS from Washington State University. Prior to earning a terminal degree, he accumulated 10+ years’ industry experience, primarily as an information systems consultant and CEO of dot.com start-up focused on website design. As Chair, Dr. Looney oversees the MIS major, as well as certificate programs in cybersecurity, data analytics, digital marketing, and accounting information systems. Professor Looney’s research focuses on designing technologies to help people make better decisions, particularly those involving risk and uncertainty. He currently teaches courses in Systems Analysis & Design and Electronic Commerce.