Mike Maxwell

Technology and Strategy Coach for Small Business and Nonprofits

About Me

Mike Maxwell

Technology and Strategy Coach
Business professional with 20+ years experience in technological infrastructure and management of budgets, people, projects and strategy. Advocate for efficiency, innovation, engagement and collaboration. Along with my partner, Thea, I own and operate Grown by People. We bring years of experience to projects that help organizations reach and engage with their audiences.

Services

How can I help you?

Helping small businesses and nonprofits navigate major infrastructure projects and strategic decisions

Salesforce on-boarding, administration and consulting. Salesforce Certified Administrator

Requirements gathering, specifications, presentations, technical documentation strategy and management.

Marketing and engagement consulting, program implementation and strategy.

Wordpress and Drupal website planning, deployment and development.

Management and coordination of resources, timelines and budgets.

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Testimonials

I continue to use Mike because he brings a depth of understanding and attention to detail that is incredibly valuable. He has the rare ability to create professional work products while keeping a approachable and personable communications. This recommendation is without qualification and I look forward to our next collaboration.
Kurt SorensenPresidentDIGON Systems

Articles

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5 Considerations for Moving to a New Email Marketing Platform

Thinking about changing your email marketing platform (EMP)? It’s a relatively common project these days for small- and medium-sized businesses who have outgrown their old platform. If it’s something you’re contemplating or planning for, here are a few things to keep in mind. 1. Data migration: It goes without saying that you’ll want to transfer your […]

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Salesforce for Non-Profits

Salesforce.com has been around for a long time. I first heard about it when I worked at a dot-com startup in California. At the time, Salesforce was predominantly used for managing leads and what we now call “CRM” activities. Once I moved on from that job, Salesforce fell off my radar. That is until I started working […]