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Tasmin Fox-Davies – charity leaders need to be agile in their thinking for there to be operational agility.

Michelle Rule – staying compliant with GDPR is an ongoing task that should form part of everyday compliance.

Chris Rose - Integrated digital case management systems are an attractive option for charities.

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Contents – No. 127 Summer 2019

Page 1 – Committing to charity agility
Tamsin Fox-Davies on adopting the concept of operational agility.

Page 2 – Boosting fundraising results with card machines
Lucy Tallis on using payment technology at functions.

Page 3 – The importance of charities complying with GDPR
Michelle Rule on ways of meeting GDPR requirements.

Page 4 – Having trustees with digital skills
Susan Robinson and Peter Barton on trustees giving a digital lead.

Page 5 – Digitally transforming case management
Chris Rose on case management technology for charities.

Page 6 – NEWS
Charities report fraud losses, preparing for digital tax filing, and other stories.

No. 127 Summer 2019
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
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