Tag Archives: Innovation

The Road Ahead: What will 2017 mean for charities?

A taster of NCVO's Road Ahead 2017 report, which looks at the key drivers shaping the future of the voluntary sector by carrying out a PEST analysis. Continue reading

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Opening worlds: The benefits of international collaboration

Five benefits of international collaboration Continue reading

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Getting the most out of big data

The importance of good data and establishing a plan to manage your data Continue reading

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Strategic planning in a fast-moving world

How organisations can plan and be strategic in response to rapid change, and what we can learn from organisations that are good at planning for digital work. Continue reading

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Volunteering round-up: February 2016

This month, we look at how volunteer managers can skill up and share our plans for celebrating volunteering, including an extended Volunteers' Week Continue reading

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Three types of grant funding that will be affected by the new anti-advocacy clause

A look at how the government's new anti-advocacy clause will have a negative impact on policy making. Continue reading

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‘Doing research’ differently

Recent changes in the field of social research and why we should be excited about them. Continue reading

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The survival of infrastructure in a volatile environment

How Exeter CVS have used adaptive and agile leadership to thrive through good positioning and a ‘needs-led’ approach. Continue reading

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Quality standards: The value of external accreditation

Accreditation assessor, Janet Lewis-Jones, explains why accreditation is worth the time and money and how organisations can use the criteria to develop best practice. Continue reading

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So you want to assess impact?

What we mean by impact, and what do qualitative methods have to offer? Continue reading

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