Speaking notes from a presentation delivered at Framework’s Take Back Your Tech event on October 6, 2015.
Today, you’ve heard a lot of really smart people, and will continue to hear a lot of smart people, talk about how technology can help you create, measure, and increase social change. This afternoon, you’re going to spend some time looking at how you can use technology in your own organizations to be more effective, efficient, and impactful.
I’d like to take a few minutes this morning and talk about one, really important part of social change and the work your organization does: people.
In current times of economic constraint, you’re always being told to do more with less, to have large as an impact you can have but use as little money and resources as you can. It’s easy to feel like a robot with a big heart, when working at a non-profit: you care so much about your work, but...
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