Accountant and entrepreneur
John Tate is a qualified accountant and entrepreneur. He is a columnist for Charity Finance, special adviser to the CFDG and a visiting lecturer at Cass Business School's Centre for Charity Effectiveness.
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The fourth annual Charity IT Conference 2009 returns to explore both some of the inspirational and exciting developments in technology and its use across a wide range of charitable organisations, as well its role as an enabler of change – whether of internal working practices or in service delivery. With sessions aimed both at technicians and strategic managers your Charity IT Conference this year looks at the differing roles technology plays across the breadth of the organisation from frontline services to back-office processes with speakers from a wide range of smaller and larger charities.
Get those IT waggons rolling, urges John Tate, but be careful with the route you choose.
The future for charities is “warfare” unless they can get to grips with the people issues related to IT, according to the CFDG’s special IT adviser John Tate.
Allocating time appropriately between strategy and operations is, says John Tate, the key to business success.
An effective recruitment process is a must for any high-performing organisation, says John Tate.