How Technology Influences Philanthropy


Gena Rotstein of Dexterity Consulting and Calgary Herald contributing author presents a view on how technology is being used to influence and benefit the philanthropic industry.

Rotstein states that real-time data is important to the charitable sector since the data is widely and openly accessible and available. As Rotstein writes, "Charities should be looking at what is at their fingertips and how they can extract the most from the information."

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Federal Programs Related to - Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking, General/Other

Private nonprofit organizations whose primary purpose is to promote the practice of charitable giving and volunteering or to represent and serve a wide range of philanthropic and charitable institutions.

Federal Programs Related to - Computer & Information Science

Programs that conduct research in the area of science that addresses the study of data and information storage and processing systems including hardware, software, basic design principles, user requirements analysis and related economic and policy issues. Artificial Intelligence; Computer Architecture; Computer Science; Data Processing Technology; Information Sciences; Information Technology; Information Management; Information Science; Parallel Processing; Robotics; Software Engineering; Supercomputers




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Knowing When Good Is Not Good Enough


Knowing When Good Is Not Good Enough

An article co-authored by 1995 Echoing Green Fellow Katya Smyth reflects on the  piece “When Good Is Not Good Enough” (Stanford Social Innovation Review, Fall 2013), [1991 Echoing Green Fellow] Bill Shore, Darell Hammond, and Amy Celep.


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