Third Sector Blog Posts

Download my Third Sector Services paper here (pdf).

This page contains links to my blog posts about the Third Sector…

Applications of Systems Thinking in the Third Sector
Passion plus Data: a winning combination!

Digital Transformation in charities

Measuring impact in the Third Sector (Pro Bono OR Resources)
Top tips for pro bono volunteers
How does OR help managers make better decisions?
Pro bono consultancy support from the OR Society
Pro bono support in the Third Sector – a Consultant’s perspective
The challenge of income diversification for the third sector
Process + People = Charity Performance
Sho-Net launch The Platform for improving charity fundraising processes
The WHY? Event: showcasing untapped expertise available from Oxfordshire charities
Charities and the Hodgson Review: regulation of fundraising and social investment
Simulation Case Study in the Third Sector
Process Improvement in Charities
NCVO Sustainable Fundraising Conference
OR in the Third Sector SIG 2nd May 2012
OR in the Third Sector
Cloud plus Process: a recipe for success?
Charities: Proving and improving your worth
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