On the value of global working for the charity and nonprofit sector
In the latest entry to our Global Working video competition, Howard Lake discusses how technology has facilitated far more effective global working amongst not for profit organizations, who have been able to see some of the benefits of genuine co-operation across organizations that might even consider themselves competitive. A forward thinking manager let Howard experiment in his early days at Amnesty International with en email forum. The rest, as they say, is history.
You can vote for Howard’s video on his competition page – he needs your votes to be included in the top twenty videos that go through to the judges for the winner to be selected.
To see all of the videos in the competition, please visit the Global Working Video Competition pages.
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