Agile for Innovation

A Workshop for Social Impact Organizations

Agile and Scrum methodologies have been used in the tech sector for decades to help teams increase productivity and deliver value to customers faster. Because of its flexibility, we’ve found that these same methodologies can be applied in the social sector to help you not only increase your team’s productivity, but also scale your impact in the community and achieve your mission.

Do You:

  • Know if you’re working on the right priorities?
  • Have too much to do and not enough resources to get it done?
  • Juggle projects or problems with a lot of moving parts and partners?
  • Hit roadblocks or find yourself missing deadlines and working late?

We find that these issues are all too common for the social impact organizations we work with, no matter their size. So, to help you overcome these challenges, we’ve developed an Agile curriculum that can be delivered in as little as 4 hours.

Key Outcomes

  • Understand the basics of Agile and the Scrum framework
  • Tackle your real issues with hands-on exercises led by a Scrum certified expert
  • Walk away with best practices and tools for increasing productivity
  • Structured support to help your organization learn how to innovate and continuously improve

We know your time is precious. That’s why our workshops include team working sessions, so we can get past theory and give you personalized and tangible solutions you can use back in the office with your team, immediately!

Who Is This Workshop For?

Executive directors, entrepreneurs, project managers, department heads, leaders of complex projects and their teams.




Andrew Don

Andrew brings 20 years of experience from the software world, with the last 8+ years leading Agile product and nonprofit operation teams to innovative outcomes as a certified Scrum Master.

He is passionate about using innovative concepts and technology to help nonprofits and social enterprises continuously improve to amplify their impact.


It was great to work with Andrew / Impaktfel. He spent the time up front to understand our mission and culture and helped us take the first steps to becoming more “agile”. We are now more focused as a team, and not feeling as overwhelmed by the big bad to do list.

Peter Allison

Executive Director, Farm to Institution New England

Learning Agile from Impaktfel has made a huge difference in the way that our staff at Project: VISION work. Because we now communicate daily with each other about our work, we are able to identify and work together better to troubleshoot pain points and move projects along more quickly.

Karen Chiu

Executive Director| Co-Founder, Project: VISION

I really felt Impaktfel did a great job taking a large topic like Agile and giving an overview that left us with an understanding of the framework and next steps that we would immediately use to make an impact in our organization’s structure.

Emily Petway

Executive Director | Founder, giveNkind

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