Ep8. What makes a good organisational strategy? With Helen, Matt and Andrew

In this episode, our Senior Business Change consultants Helen, Matt and Andrew explore what should and should not be included in an organisational strategy as well as how you get buy-in and how you can keep your strategy it relevant.

Ep7. What can clients do to contribute to project success? with Lauren and Billy

Lauren and Billy, Business Change Consultants here at Hart Square discuss the role of clients in creating a successful project. They highlight the importance of clarity, communication, prioritisation and getting the right project team in place.

Ep6. How to build a successful project team with Joyce & Oksana

Joyce and Oksana, Business Consultant and Practice Manager at Hart Square discuss why people are the key to delivering successful projects and explore how to build a successful project team. They also discuss the importance of considering the different organisational cultures which come together in a project team, to ensure you can achieve success.

Ep5. What does digital transformation really mean for a non-profit? With Helen, Matt & Andrew

Helen, Matt and Andrew, Senior Business Change Consultants at Hart Square explore the term ‘digital transformation’ what it encompasses and whether it is just a buzzword trend or if it is something we all need to be thinking about to adapt and keep pace with the digital world.

Ep 4. What can technology really enable for a non-profit? With Ian and Billy

In this episode, Ian and Billy, Business Change Consultants at Hart Square, dive into what technology can really enable for charities and membership organisations. They explore the benefits that new technology can provide both internally to the organisation but also externally to their members, supporters and donors.

Ep 3. The importance of research when selecting new CRM technology with Chris and Rhys

Chris and Rhys, Head of Technology and Services at Hart Square explore some of the critical factors to research when you are selecting a new CRM technology. They discuss how it is not as simple as checking against a list of functionalities and that the culture of organisations plays a significant role.

Ep 2. Enabling amazing organisations to do extraordinary things

At Hart Square, our consultants each spend over 200 days a year embedded into non-profits, supporting, and guiding them through their digital projects.

Lauren, Matt and Sarah-Jane, members of the Hart Square team, reflect on why they are motivated to spend their time working with non-profits and why they have been drawn to Hart Square and the work we do.

Ep 1. Adapting to working from home

Billy, Laura and Sarah-Jane, Business Change Consultants at Hart Square, reflect on the last year exploring some of the lessons they have learnt through the move to remote working. They discuss some of the challenges as well as how they have been able to continue to deliver projects remotely.

The Hart Square Podcast

At Hart Square, we spend 2,500 days a year helping non-profit organisations maximise the opportunities of the digital age, to the benefit of their supporters, beneficiaries, members, and donors.  

With the wealth of experience we have gathered, we wanted to share our insights into the reoccurring topics and challenges weve identified by working with those embarking on their digital transformation journey.  

We also wanted to share some of who we are and the work we do, so we decided to create the Hart Square Podcast!  

We are excited to bring to you our podcast series where you will hear from our team – the people on the ground – as well as some special guests along the way! They will share some exclusive insights into the sector, the projects we run, and the challenges we resolve, so you can learn from their experiences and expertise.  

The Hart Square Podcast is intended to be enjoyable as well as educational, we do hope you enjoy the series!  

You can find the podcast on most platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google and Spotify, where you can check out our trailer for the podcast seriesDon’t forget to subscribe so you don’t miss our first episode which will launch on 22nd April 2021. 

If you want to learn more, you can check out these online training courses which can complement your knowledge on some of the topics we discuss.