We’re proud to be supporting the 2018 Charity Digital Skills Report, which is taking the pulse of digital transformation in the third sector in the UK. Please join in and share your experience. How is your charity managing digital transformation? Please complete the 2018 Charity Digital Skills survey and share it with colleagues too – it should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. All responses must be received by midnight on 16 Feb and the results will be in the press on 14 March 2018 – last year’s report had widespread media coverage. Click the button below to launch the report or click here.
The resulting report will analyse the latest trends and suggest improvements and actions for the sector. Click here for a more detailed background or you can read the 2017 report here, which revealed a worrying lack of digital strategy. We’re proud to be offering our support to this important piece of research, partnering with Skills Platform, a training hub part of the Workforce Development Trust, and Zoe Amar Communications to help expand its reach. Commenting on our new partnership, Dave Evans, Skills Platform Product owner commented: “I’m thrilled to be partnering with the Charity Learning Consortium this year on the 2018 Charity Digital Report. Their collaborative approach epitomises how charities can innovate together to improve the use of digital technology. I’m excited about the potential for the Charity Learning Consortium to help us grow the reach of our report and really appreciate the feedback and expertise they have already provided this year”. Martin Baker, CEO and founder of the Charity Learning Consortium added: “A digital approach makes perfect sense for the sector, helping it stay efficient and agile whilst saving valuable time and money, so I’m proud to support this survey and interested to see the results. Organisations like the Charity Leaning Consortium can really help the sector take the next step towards digital transformation – we’re ready and willing to help”.