IT for Finance Directors - Are charities investing sufficiently for digital maturity?

8 October 2019 Events

Part of Charity Finance Week

This timely, half-day seminar will provide an outstanding opportunity to hear practical tips on how to drive digital transformation within budget. Speakers will explore how data can be used effectively to spearhead change and facilitate accountability. The significance of engaging stakeholders from every level throughout the process will also be addressed.

This event is for charities only. This event has limited capacity, register your interest using the link on the right-hand side and a member of our team will confirm your place within 1 week. 

Programme

08 October 2019

  • 9.00AM - 9.25AM
    Morning coffee and networking
    Morning coffee and networking
  • 9.25AM - 9.30AM
    Welcome address
    Chair: Tania Mason, editor, Governance & Leadership
  • 9.30AM - 10.00AM
    Transforming your organisational culture

    In this session Martin will discuss how to deliver digital transformation to create an efficient and effective organisation. It’s pivotal to ensure that decision-makers and stakeholders are engaged with and invested in the process of digital transformation. Martin will also demonstrate how an organisation’s culture is key to decision-making, prioritising, budgeting and implementing an effective digital transformation.

    Martin Francis Campbell, chief information officer, World Vision 

  • 10.00AM - 10.30AM
    Understanding the role technology plays in driving accountability
    Examining the role of digital maturity and leadership in driving accountability and accelerating change. In this
    session, Nathan will share insight and practical tips through case studies on how to drive digital transformation
    within your charity and use data effectively to facilitate change and develop a digitally mature and open culture at
    all levels of the organisation.

    Nathan Baranowski, founder and director, OJO Solutions
  • 10.30AM - 10.55AM
    Networking and refreshment break
    Networking and refreshment break
  • 10.55AM - 11.25AM
    Culturally aligning IT with the part of the organisation that they serve

    Because IT has traditionally reported to finance, many IT departments have become culturally aligned with finance. IT teams focus on compliance, avoiding spend, minimising risk. It is essential that IT transforms and becomes culturally aligned with the parts of the organisation they serve.

    Ian Williamson, better projects lead, Science Museum

     

  • 11.25AM - 11.50AM
    Q&A with speakers
    Q&A with speakers
  • 11.50AM - 12.00PM
    Chair's closing remarks
    Tania Mason, editor, Governance & Leadership

About Charity Finance Week

Charity Finance Week is back and this year's overarching theme will be Accounts and Accountability. 

Following a successful launch last year, we will be returning to celebrate excellence in charity ļ¬nance practice through a dedicated week of events, content and thought leadership initiatives.

Starting with a reception at the Houses of Parliament and culminating at the Charity Finance Summit, we will be working with charities, academic institutions and key professional service providers to debate and tackle the biggest issues head on. 

About OJO Solutions

At ojo solutions, we believe technology offers incredible opportunities to transform lives. So whether your passion is to help people, animals, plants or the planet, we can empower you to do even more inspiring, life-changing things. We’ll help you take the next steps on your technology journey – anything from understanding how to do more with your existing tech to crafting and delivering your complete digital transformation. We’ve spent years enabling charities to do more with technology, so know this unique sector inside out. What’s more, we provide the business, design, user experience and development expertise you need in one place 

Contact

For sponsorship and exhibition queries contact Yvette Micallef

For registration queries contact Carys Pugh

For media partnerships and marketing queries contact Kirsty Brown

Terms & Conditions

Please note that speakers and topics were confirmed at the time of publishing, however, circumstances beyond the control of the organisers may necessitate substitutions, alterations or cancellations of the speakers and/or topics. As such Civil Society Media Ltd reserves the right to alter or modify the advertised speakers and/or topics if necessary. Any substitutions or alterations will be updated on our web page as soon as possible. Substitution and cancellation policy: On receipt of your booking form, your place is confirmed. Delegate substitutions are allowed. Refunds on cancellations will only be issued (less a 15% administration charge) up to and including 14 days prior to the event. Refunds will not be issued after this date. Confirmation of cancellations MUST be in writing and sent or faxed to Civil Society Media at 15 Prescott Place, London, SW4 6BS 020 7819 1200 (fax: 020 7819 1210).This event is for charities only. This event has limited capacity, register your interest using the link on the right-hand side and a member of our team will confirm your place within 1 week.

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