All
  • All
  • Blogs
  • News
ProjectConnect and Sustainable Development Goals

Be a changemaker and join our journey!

ProjectConnect Foundation is committed to the non-profit sector. Together with our partners we actively shape the future towards #unite2030. Our ICT solution proposes a path forward for achieving positive sustainable change in the world. It includes a digital space for collaboration across borders, nationalities and sectors. In this context we invite you to join the conversation…

ProjectConnect_blog_systems thinking

What if they mean it?

Last week, a report titled, “What if they mean it?” caught my attention, with the subtitle, “Embracing the opportunity of corporate-social sector partnerships.” A challenging title, in which the undertone of ‘disbelief’ is clearly audible. Collaboration between companies and charities; but are companies really involved in achieving the good cause together? Or are they mainly trying…

Volunteer dilemma

The Volunteer Dilemma at Social Impact Organizations

Many NGOs not only have paid staff, but also volunteers. All these people do their work with enthusiasm and commitment. They do valuable work for the organization and for society as a whole. NGOs also sometimes have to invest in making their internal processes better. You can think of an automatic telephone answering machine, because…

Communication and collaboration ProjectConnect

Empower communication and collaboration – use ProjectConnect!

The idea behind our IT solution is to focus on the project. As per definition it is easy to set-up, easy to deploy and easy to use. ProjectConnect is designed to be configurable to fit your organization’s requirements. Whether you are managing your own projects or collaborating with (local) partners who share your objectives.

What is a value of Excel

The end of Excel? It can be done! Real-life experiences.

The other day I spoke to an enthusiastic controller who, after a few strong cups of coffee, proudly announced that he wanted to show me something. “This is really great”, he said. His face looked a bit like my son’s just after telling him we are going to the zoo. “Look”, he said…