April 5th: SCRUM for Non-Profits, presented by William Newing

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With press releases, social backlash, fires-to-put out, union issues and coordinating members from multiple time zones; how in the WORLD is this Non-Profit Mission ever going to work? By addressing one impediment at a time using Scrum.

Scrum is a project management methodology. It’s origins can be found in manufacturing, emphasized in software, and is transferable to other industries such as non-profits.

William Newing

William recently had the privilege to coach a budding non-profit in Canada called Iron and Earth. Their mission is to catalyze growth in the renewable energy industry. William co-chaired a year-long planning committee for the 2008 Scholarship Awards Gala at National Association of Asian American Professionals Seattle (NAAAP). From 2009 to 2010, he led Taiwanese American Professionals Society (TAPS) to doubling monthly events with 250% increase in members by 2011.