Charity chief executives and trustees 'lack leadership' on digital technology, says report
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Charity chief executives and trustees 'lack leadership' on digital technology, says report

28 May 2015 | Kirsty Weakley

A "lack of brave leadership" is holding the sector back from exploiting digital technologies, according to the author of a report published today.

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Charity chief executives and trustees 'lack leadership' on digital technology, says report

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