Contents of magazine

Michael Kenton – having a mix of communication options which enables people to choose how they support is vital.

Jackie Blaker – use your existing data to understand where you can make improvements that have a quick and dramatic effect.

Shaun Conway – an online impact ledger would ensure transparency about the use of donations.

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Contents – No. 123 Late Autumn 2018

Page 1 – Avoiding making bad charity appointments
Ben Tucker on good recruitment practices for charities.

Page 2 – Charities engaging with their employees with benefits information
Ian Bird on attracting and retaining charity employees.

Page 3 – Online is the way ahead for working with demographics
Michael Kenton on targeting and working with chosen audiences.

Page 4 – Making sure your governance doesn’t fall short
Benjamin James on adhering to certain governance disciplines.

Page 5 – Investment and the governance and ethical dimensions
Andrew Wauchope on investment policy and ethical considerations.

Page 6 – Really knowing your target audiences
Jackie Blaker on combining business intelligence with creativity.

Page 7 – Realistically preparing for the benefits of the cloud
Stuart Nielsen-Marsh on charities moving to cloud technology.

Page 8 – Using blockchain and AI for assessing a charity’s impact
Shaun Conway on establishing an impact assessment ledger open to all.

No. 123 Late Autumn 2018
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
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