Charities 'need a complete culture change' for digital transformation, says report
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Charities 'need a complete culture change' for digital transformation, says report

24 Apr 2015 | Kirsty Weakley

Digital teams need to develop better relationships with colleagues in IT and elsewhere in the organisation for the full potential of digital to come about, according to a report from Eduserv.

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Charities 'need a complete culture change' for digital transformation, says report

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