We’ve selected interesting articles, reports, case studies and guidelines for this edition. With inspiration on everything from fundraising to digital transformation, writing tips and simple life hacks to make your day more productive. Enjoy!
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David Rogers suggests it’s not about technology but strategy, leadership and new ways of thinking.
A practical and easy to follow talk exploring what we all need to consider to stay relevant. It has lots of examples from different industries. And looks at the how the Museum of Modern Art, New York, adapted its role as a museum to fit the digital age.
Digital transformation was also the theme for our latest Network Not Work event. See our new guest blog post ‘Digital? What is that?’ from speaker Amanda Neylon, NHS Digital.
Digital policy and plan guidelines
These guidelines, co-authored by The Space, another speaker at our Network Not Work event, also looks at digital transformation. How it can help to develop how we create work. How we capture learning. Or how we do things day to day to give our customers the best experience.
Matching the crowd
We’re all familiar with crowdfunding campaigns these days. But now a matched crowdfunding pilot has been set up, targeted at the arts and heritage sectors. Research into the pilot suggests growth in this area of funding in the next few years.
Let’s watch to see if it becomes one that filters into more of our own funding mixes.
Innovation in fundraising: sharing lessons and tales of small charities’ experiences
A collection of stories from the frontline of fundraising by Kathryn Welch from Macrobert Arts Centre. Who tried new things, what they learnt – warts and all. We love the range of projects and fundraising methods covered.
From the simplest of strategies, like Women’s Aid Amazon Wishlist and Stockholm’s Blood Donor Centre’s text messages. To quick, flexible pots of money for small projects through…