AMERICAN PUBLIC GARDENS ASSOCIATION
2020 VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
JUNE 25 - JULY 9 2020

Finding The One: Evaluating and Implementing New Technologies
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Event Type: 
Session
Track: 
Leadership, Innovation, and Advocacy
Date / Time: 
Tue June, 30 - 2:10pm to 3:10pm
Presenter: 
Carissa Dougherty and Sai Ravichandran, The Morton Arboretum; Jo ana Kubiak, Lurie Garden; Nicholas D'Addezio, Longwood Gardens, Inc.; Michael Kost, University of Michigan Matthaei Botanical Garden and Nichols Arboretum; Amanda DeLeo, Morris Arboretum
Cost: 
Included
Pre-Registration Required: 
No

Technologies from customer relationship management to videoconferencing, collections databases to volunteer management software, are becoming increasingly essential to public garden operations. But investing in a system can be daunting: What if we choose the wrong one? How will we get people to use it? Is it worth the investment?

This engaging panel presentation uses the metaphor of relationship-building to introduce some of the key processes, decision points, and change management techniques required to successfully evaluate, implement, and sustain technology in your garden.

 

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This event is approved for 1 CFRE credit hours. Download the form here.