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Three Ways to Plan a Web Site

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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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Taking the Pulse of Your Organization: Maybe It's Time for an Organizational Health Check-up

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Taking the Pulse of Your Organization



Introduction

A. There's Some Nasty Bugs Going Around

B. Diagnosis and Treatment

C. Listening and Learning Your Way Toward Health

D. Questions to Seed the Dialogue

E. Growing Toward Health...Together



by Peter O'Donnell of Innovaction [[email protected]]

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