Do you ever feel like you’re missing out on project insights from the rest of your team? Have you ever had to plan a project from scratch, even though a similar version has been run before?
For busy small charities, it can be hard to make the time to keep structured and up-to-date records of different activities – meaning you risk losing institutional memory and might end up ‘reinventing the wheel’. A Project Book is an accessible tool that allows you to effectively record and manage all the key information relating to a particular aspect of your work, helping you and your current (and future!) colleagues to efficiently capture, consider and communicate important details – like original project briefs, processes needed and ongoing learnings.
This Small Charity Week, join Ali and Remi from the FSI for an interactive one-hour session on how to make the best use of the FSI’s Project Book template, to help save your charity time and resources, and make project handovers much less troublesome. This will be a practical webinar with time for Q&A from attendees, who will leave with the tools to co-create their own team’s Project Books.
This webinar will be recorded