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Start:

October 9, 2018 11:00am

End:

October 9, 2018 12:00pm

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NetHope Solutions Center

IDEA: Microsoft Dream, Design, Deliver 2.0; Learn How to Participate

The Microsoft Tech for Social Impact team is leveraging the same framework with their deliver partners, altering it to fit the needs of the nonprofit sector and has started the D3 journey with five NetHope member organizations.

Overview

For the past several months, select NetHope members have been participating in IDEA (Imagine, Design, Execute, Assess™) sessions, a broad umbrella for digital transformation processes offered to NetHope members through The Center for the Digital Nonprofit. The first IDEA implementation pilot is based on Dream, Design, Deliver (D3), a social impact accelerator developed by Microsoft and is an approach Microsoft uses with their enterprise customers to accelerate an organization’s digital transformation strategy through people, process and technology innovation.

The Microsoft Tech for Social Impact team is leveraging the same framework with their deliver partners, altering it to fit the needs of the nonprofit sector and has started the D3 journey with five NetHope member organizations. All five organization have completed the Dream Phase, with three of them moving into Design and at least one more is likely to join them soon.

Come to this session to see how you can join your peers in the next Networking group for an intensive and methodical approach to help your organization tackle culture enhancements, innovative tech and much more through the Dream, Design, Deliver framework.

In this session we will discuss

  • D3 v1 - Status and solutions considering
  • Learnings from D3 v1
  • D3 v2 Expanded Program
    • Application Process*
    • Subsidized Costs
    • Timeline
    • Introduce 3 more Partners
  • Digital Transformation Fund
  • Testimonial How the Dream, Design, Deliver program ignited our organization” Rui Lopes, CIO – HIAS
  • Q&A

The D3 v2 application is a first come-first serve opt-in application process, and the first 12 NetHope members who submit an application with all information and activities prescribed in the checklist will be selected.

Speakers

Jean-Louis Ecochard, Chief Innovation Officer at NetHope
Jeremy Pitman, Digital Transformation Leader - Tech for Social Impact at Microsoft
Rui Lopes, Chief Information Officer at HIAS


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