Machines and artificial intelligence are helping people do new work and reinventing what’s possible.
Intelligent Automation is now taking over more routine and manual tasks giving nonprofits more time to focus on their mission related activities.
Agile and adaptable talent are keeping up with the pace of change in digital.
A Liquid Work force addresses today’s digital demands and enables nonprofits to be responsive to clients’ needs in multiple locations and functions.
Strategic development of digital platforms are creating new kinds of growth.
The Platform Economy will be the glue that brings organizations together and allows nonprofits to expand beyond traditional means.
Digital ecosystems are blurring industry boundaries and its risks and rewards can be anticipated.
Predictive Disruption can give a line of sight of the possible beyond the nonprofit mission driving the ability to disrupt traditional service delivery fundraising.
Ethics and security are building trust and strengthening relationships.
Digital Trust managed effectively will build and retain a nonprofit’s stakeholder base.
Intelligent Automation could allow nonprofits to accelerate their time to market using software intelligence while allowing for streamlined communication with those that they serve.
Using platform-based business models could allow nonprofits to accelerate intake and feedback from volunteers while simultaneously consolidating volunteer data.
Building digital trust with a nonprofit could help donors know they are making good decisions and strengthen their relationship with nonprofit for years to come.
A nonprofit that is capable of Predictive Disruption could help find other complementary areas of growth and potentially new partners and influences in those areas.
A Liquid Workforce model including continuous training and freelancing, could help nonprofit staff build new core competencies and increase nonprofit efficiency and retention.
A nonprofit that works across disparate underrepresented regions had access to their peers and assets on a connected mobile device? This could help the nonprofit bring all they have to offer in a remote setting.
A global institution delivering complex solutions has a data analytics platform integrated across their services? This could help them make smarter more impactful investments based on integrated data across services.
A foundation focused on food security had an open collaboration site where people can connect and report on their successes and current situation? This could help the foundation learn about initiatives that are working and discover new problems in real time.
A nonprofit had a connected network of devices collecting results on the impact of local initiatives? This could create effective collection of impact-based results for better reporting to donors and beneficiaries.
An association had a one-stop portal that was designed with the members in mind? This could help members receive the right support in the right place at the right time.