Leading nonprofits are borrowing many best practices from some of the world’s top tech companies. One of these practices, known as “Agile”, allows nonprofits to manage projects in a way that dramatically increases accountability and improves results. Agile project management encourages early delivery of prototypes, continuous improvement, and rapid response to change. Truly innovative nonprofits depend on Agile practices to stay flexible and innovative with both program and fundraising initiatives.
The Agile Sprint Tool spreadsheet helps nonprofits who are just starting with Agile organize their tasks into 2 Week “Sprints” and track progress against tasks. Download the spreadsheet, start organizing your projects into a “Backlog”, create your first “Sprint” and start realizing the value of a truly innovation approach to project management.