Archive - December 2016

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Salesforce Consultant
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Resource Round Up: Heller’s Papers from 2016
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Plan Time for Analysis: Marketing Automation Tip #7 of 7
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Rachel Shaefer
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Agile AND Waterfall In Your Organization

Salesforce Consultant

Thank you for your interest in Heller. All our positions are currently filled but if you are super passionate about nonprofits and you just can’t wait, feel free to submit an application for the Consultant position below.

To apply please visit https://app.trinethire.com/companies/644-heller-consulting/jobs/2390-salesforce-consultant

In the meantime, please consider volunteering at a nonprofit organization that you support. Nonprofits across the country are looking for assistance in delivering their mission, and your time and effort can truly make a difference.

Resource Round Up: Heller’s Papers from 2016

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Heller Consulting is committed to providing up-to-date resources and information on topics that impact the nonprofit community. Our unique partnerships and associations with nonprofit organizations and software developers allow us to understand the continual advances in the market and cultivate rich insights. As we combine these perspectives with our own experiences and knowledge, we are able to create reference materials useful to nonprofit organizations of all sizes. Please download these resources, and watch for additional events, papers, and posts throughout 2017.

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Plan Time for Analysis: Marketing Automation Tip #7 of 7

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Your marketing automation program is all set up and running, so you’re done, right? (If you haven’t already, be sure to read about getting to this point in Tip #1, Tip #2, Tip #3, Tip #4, Tip #5, and Tip #6.) Not exactly. Another important component of a marketing automation program is the feedback loop– making the time to learn from the experiences and data you acquire.

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Rachel Shaefer

Rachel Shaefer
Consultant

Prior to joining Heller, Rachel worked at the Breast Cancer Resource Center, a nonprofit organization in Austin that provides support to women diagnosed with breast cancer throughout central Texas. She managed the client intake, assisted with volunteer management, as well as facilitated a diagnostic assistance program and managed the organization’s Salesforce platform – which is where she was first introduced to the tool and all that it could do. From this experience, she learned the power of connecting data and technology and how those can help an organization work more efficiently and effectively, accurately monitoring and reporting on impact and making data driven decisions. Rachel brings this perspective to her work at Heller and helps clients develop systems to serve their missions and deliver a positive impact in their communities. Rachel earned a degree in Community Education & Spanish from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and is a Salesforce Certified Administrator. Outside of Heller, Rachel enjoys practicing yoga, biking around Austin and traveling as much as possible.

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Agile AND Waterfall In Your Organization

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Project management styles are often considered where pros and cons are explored to determine the best approach for an organization.  For some, chief criteria might be earliest access to tools. Others might require an articulated project plan, upfront.  And others might prioritize a high-level of participation from team members, above all. Does agile or waterfall work best for your organization? The most innovative organizations are choosing the right methodology for the right project – where both approaches can exist side-by-side.

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