IoF T3T Plus on Digital Leadership

Type: PDF
Author: Zoe Amar
Category: Social media, Strategy and management
Event: IoF T3T Plus Digital Leadership with Zoe Amar

If you missed the IoF T3T Plus meeting With Zoe Amar on Digital Leadership on Thursday 16th February 2017 you can access the presentation here


IoF T3T and AGM 20th October 2016

Type: Video
Author: Susan Elan Jones MP, Chair, APPGCV
Category: Strategy and management
Event: IoF T3T and AGM 'Thoughts from the Government on technology and the Third Sector' 20th October 2016

 
Following our short AGM, Susan Elan Jones MP, Chair of the APPGCV (All Party Parliamentary Group on Charities and Volunteering) shared her thoughts on the issues facing the sector, the part played by technology in addressing these and the government’s response. 
  

For the video of this event please follow the link

 


T3T Plus Meeting with ICO 21st July 2016

Type: PDF
Author: Mr Richard Marbrow
Category: Data Protection
Event: T3T Plus - Meeting with Richard Marbrow - ICO on Data Protection 21st July 2016

Data Protection – Guidance and new transitional EU Data Regulations 21st July 2016

Richard Marbrow spoke on the changing requirements around Data Protection, the DPA, PECR and preparation for the new GDPR offering practical guidance to help technologists and fundraisers to develop compliant processes and policies. 

 

Download the presentation by following the resources link or video of the session is available here https://youtu.be/btoFc8kItvA

 


T3T Plus Meeting with Mr George Kidd of the Fundraising Preference Service

Type: Video
Author: Mr George Kidd, FPS & Mr John Mitchison, DMA
Category: Data Protection, General IT, Strategy and management, Data
Event: T3T Plus - Meeting with John Mitchison DMA and George Kidd, Fundraising Preference Service 16th June 2016

Our guest speakers for the T3TPlus meeting on 16th June 2016 were the Director of the new Fundraising Preference Service, Mr George Kidd accompanied by Mr John Mitchison, Head of Preference Services, Compliance and Legal at DMA.

Youtube links to the video coverage of this session (which is in two parts) are available as follows:

https://youtu.be/Q_2r6ovuYJo    

https://youtu.be/Rfm0-RAzeos

 


Changes to fundraising best practice, new legislation, EU GDPR and the FPS

Type: PDF
Author: John Mitchison, Head of Preference Services, Compliance and Legal, DMA
Category: Data Protection, Strategy and management, Data
Event: T3T Plus - Meeting with John Mitchison DMA and George Kidd, Fundraising Preference Service 16th June 2016

John Mitchison, Head of Preference Services, Compliance and Legal at the DMA opened the T3T Plus meeting on the new Fundraising Preference Service with a recap on recent events leading up to the introduction of the FPS, talked about the General EU Data Protection Regulations - headline changes and timetable for compliance  and implications for charities of these changes and introduced George Kidd to talk about the detail of the FPS.

John Mitchison can be contacted on john.mitchison@dma.org.uk or contact the DMA direct via http://dma.org.uk or http://dma.org.uk/gdpr or for further reference refer to the ICO website on https://ico.org.uk/media/for-organisations/documents/1624219/preparing-for-the-gdpr-12-steps.pdf

Additional support on EU GDPR is also available via FEDMA on http://www.fedma.org/fileadmin/documents/Legal_A_Eth_C/20160324_-_FAQ_FINAL.pdf

 

 


The Heart of Digital Change

Type: PDF
Author: Alan Crawford, Action for Children
Category: IoF Technology Group Conference 2016, Strategy and management
Event: IoF Technology Group Conference 2016

Digital change is all about people - using the digitally enabling Action for children project as a case study, Alan drew on John Kotter's approach to large scale transformation ('The Heart of Change') to discuss his experience: understanding there will be doubt and resistance and how to overcome this to ultimately realise tangible benefits for children, young people and families. Recognising that leading in large scale change programmes risks personal burn out, Alan discussed his top tricks to surviving and thriving through a transformation programme.


Crowdfunding Success: The Digital Donor Journey

Type: PDF
Author: Brett De Gaynesford, Somerville College, Oxford & Duncan Knox, Hubbub
Category: IoF Technology Group Conference 2016, Strategy and management
Event: IoF Technology Group Conference 2016

Crowdfunding, simplified and relevant to us. Non profit crowdfunding has reached $4 billion annually and there are many non profits now benefiting from this form of digital fundraising. But crowdfunding means very different things to different people and to different sectors, which makes it hard to integrate it with current digital programs. In this session Brett and Duncan began by simplifying non profit crowdfunding, shared best practice examples and finished by showing ways to incorporate crowdfunding into digital strategies.


Incumbent or Disrupter, Which are you? Are charities still the right answer to social problems?

Type: PDF
Author: Mandy Johnson, Change.org; Tony Colville, Change.org; Julie Dodd, Consultant
Category: IoF Technology Group Conference 2016, Strategy and management
Event: IoF Technology Group Conference 2016

Digital transformation has meant that your service users, supporters and funders now live in a digital culture that transcends the devices and software that enable it. This world is open, user oriented and evolving on steroids. So where does this leave charities? This session explored the disruption model and how this applies to the third sector; where your organisation is in this space and how this should guide your actions; real examples from the social and business sector; a proposed disruption-responsive model that could allow charities to continue to deliver the best social impact and stay relevant.


Keynote speech: Innovation and Change

Type: PDF
Author: Lucy Gower, Lucidity
Category: IoF Technology Group Conference 2016, Strategy and management
Event: IoF Technology Group Conference 2016

When we talk about innovation we often think of new and emerging technologies, apps to engage with supporters and beneficiaries, platforms to help us work more effectively, or programmes to streamline and automate process. Innovation can be about technology and you can have the best technology solutions in the world, but if you dont have your managers, colleagues and board excited about the possibilities that testing new and emerging technology opens up (and frankly in some cases not so new technology) it simply doesnt happen. Lucy talked about her experiences of helping organisations embrace innovation and change and shared some tactics to help influence change in organisations.


Growing Income. Protecting Supporters. Taking payments securely online

Type: PDF
Author: Vicky Reeves, WPN Chameleon; Chris Thorn, British Heart Foundation
Category: IoF Technology Group Conference 2016, Data
Event: IoF Technology Group Conference 2016

How charities take payments digitally is changing dramatically. Driven by changing supporter behaviour and recent changes to compliance rules, this has become both a fluid and an increasingly significant area. This means keeping up to speed is vital for any organisation hoping to maximise online income, whether from donations, sponsorship, event fees or online purchases. This session gave a snapshot of the state of play in this critical income channel, plus covered how to secure both personal and transactional data.   The session provided need to know information about securing supporters' personal and donation data; what the different payment options are; tips on how to improve the online supporter experience and increase conversions; plus information on the latest PCI-DSS compliance rule changes. Chris Thorn shared his experience of how the BHF ensure online security and improve the supporter journey.


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