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Editor's Note: This article is reprinted with permission from Charity Village (http://www.charityvillage.com). For the original article, please visit http://www.charityvillage.com/charityvillage/research/rtech10.html. Don't forget to browse their collection of related materials (see OHPE 231.2 for more suggestions).



1. Introduction

2. Brainstorm a wish list

3. Look at best practices

4. Define core information needs

5. Best and Worst Practices



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by Gillian Kerr, Ph.D., C.Psych.



President of Good Enough Information Systems - helping organizations be more effective through the appropriate use of technology. This article is aimed at small to medium Canadian nonprofits. We also consult to large nonprofits, foundations and for-profits in the U.S. and Canada - For more information on our services, see www.goodenough.ca/Services/. If you have questions send them to [email protected]. Thanks!



An Update from Gillian: Good Enough Information Systems, like most technology companies, is in the process of changing its name. It will be RealWorld Systems, located at http://www.realworldsystems.net.



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