Charities’ values should influence the way they work, and if the environment is right it should nurture digital success.
The right culture will develop the confidence and motivation of staff and volunteers in digital, empowering them to collaborate, use data to improve decision making and be more transparent.
3 quick actions for charities
Culture: Recommended Practice
Help your staff and volunteers to break down siloes and create momentum within your organisation. Use these best practice guidelines as a checklist to measure how your organisation's culture is progressing.
We have outlined the best practice based on the size of your charity. We define small charities as those with an annual income of £1 million or under, and larger charities as those which generate over £1 million of income a year.
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