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Get 'Er Done: Surveying Digital Project Management Tools

Nonprofit projects come in all types and sizes, and managing them is rarely your sole job. Success is often found not in simply getting “the thing” done, but in managing the process along the way. When multiple deadlines, teammates, and deliverables are involved, things can get scary. 

There are many digital tools out there to help you tackle your projects and "get 'er done"—from full-blown project management platforms to communication and file-sharing tools. Get a survey of the digital project management tools out there with advice and opinions from the pros. 

Join PDXTech4Good and project management pros from around Portland for a roundtable conversation on digital project management tools. We'll explore:

and more!


This introductory event is designed for people who don't use project management tools yet, and need direction and advice in selecting the right one. 


Event: Use the #pdxt4g hashtag, and/or mention @PDXTech4Good 
Venue host: @pcm_tv 
Sponsors:  @NetSquared and @NTENorg


Networking and refreshments: 6-6:30p.m. 
Introduction: 6:30-6:50p.m.
Round-robin conversations: 6:50-8:00p.m.


We want everyone to be able to participate in the PDXTech4Good community and events. Please don't hesitate to contact us and let us know what we can do to accommodate your needs.


Nonprofit staffers will find a friendly, welcoming atmosphere for those not experienced with technology, and many chances to ask questions of tech-experienced nonprofits and experts.

Techies will find opportunities to hear the real-world stories of nonprofit clients, and put their own expertise to social good — as well as the potential for lasting relationships (be they paid or volunteer) with leading organizations in our community.

Activists and community organizers will see and be given the chance to present on successful uses of technology for social change. We'll explore how technology can help support activism and where activism can push it forward.

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  • Sara R.

    Thank you all for coming out! I wanted to follow up with kudos to the inspiration for my intro: I've learned a lot from Ash Shepherd, Education Director at NTEN, and Ním Wunnan, who teaches a stellar project management course at HackOregon. Look 'em up!

    1 · September 16

  • Justin Y.

    Thanks for a great event! It was nice meeting folks and getting a chance to give a demo of the FMYI platform. If you have any questions about tracking team task processes, converting spreadsheets into project databases, or anything else, my email is: [masked]

    2 · September 15

  • Matthew T.

    Great program! Learned a lot about some cool new tools.

    September 15

  • Sally

    So disappointed that I am going to miss this!

    September 13

  • Michelle R.

    Are any of the systems discussed be related to donor data?

    1 · August 11

    • Sara R.

      Thanks for asking! I'm not sure, as I'm not an expert in all the tools—so that'd be a would question to bring. My guess is there might be some integrations possible, between donor databases and project management tools, using something like Zapier. But that would really depend on which tools you're using and whether they support integrations.

      August 11

    • Sara R.

      A good question - not a would question :)

      August 11

  • Sara R.

    Need extra project management help for an upcoming technology project? You're just in luck — NTEN is also hosting a workshop on the topic August 18:

    1 · August 10

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