Podcast: Harnessing technology to make a bigger difference

This episode…

I talk to Dan Sutch from CAST (Centre for the Acceleration of Social Technology) about the culture of ‘digital’ and how charities should be responding, and find out what recent research tells us about the digital capability of charities, from Jemma Waters of Lloyds Banking Group’s digital inclusion team.

We also hear from Jonathan Pauling of Alexander Rose Charity, a small organisation working to help low-income families access healthier diets, on how digital has transformed their service delivery, and Julie Dodd tells us about the importance of relationships among staff and trustees when leading digital transformation at Parkinson’s UK.

Let us know what you think

We’d love to hear your thoughts on our podcast so far, this is the fourth episode in our pilot series – do give us your feedback. We’re exploring a different topic affecting charities and volunteering in each episode, so far we’ve looked at: whether we need to make volunteering more flexible, what the new government means for the sector (after this summer’s general election), and how we can strengthen our trustee boards. Look out for the next episode by subscribing to the NCVO podcast on iTunes or a podcast app.


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Megan Griffith Gray, Director of Strategy and Transformation Megan is director of strategy and transformation at NCVO and is responsible for the organisation’s strategy, planning and reporting. She also leads the digital, marketing and technology functions.

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