Through collaboration, we bring together the expertise of the technology sector with the on-the-ground experience of nonprofits to create a foundation for forward-looking organizations to deliver aid, relieve suffering, and build hope. By providing the expertise, resources, tools, guidance, and grantmaking needed for digital transformation, The Center helps nonprofits achieve the efficiency of tomorrow today. Explore blogs that are specific to Imagine Workshops.
Guiding non-profit organizations through implementing Data Governance, keeping in mind the changing IT landscape, enterprise architecture, and program deliverables.
Insights and step-by-step guidance on how to effectively scale data governance across nonprofits.
The ability to run effective virtual workshops and working sessions is now an essential skillset.
Designed to give you the tools you need to excel as a facilitator from day one.
A one-size-fits-all approach to digital transformation can be expensive and ineffectual.
Gain program efficacy; organizational resilience; and innovation from technologies and digital ways of working
Listed below are the results of the Imagine Workshops. Dreambooks are the roadmaps that lift ideas off of whiteboards and to the beginning of transformational journeys.
How can we use their common strategic goals to find more impact and predict success?
Data, data, data. At times it can feel like a four-letter word we love to hate.
The workshop brought together American Red Cross, Team Rubicon, FEMA, UNDP, NetHope...
NetHope Members have expertise in complex health and vaccination programs. Our partners are at the cutting-edge of digital solutions. The result? Huge potential for collective action to ensure that no-one misses out on a Covid-19 vaccination.
The workshop and accompanying materials are designed to provide participants with an introductory overview of AI / ML capabilities and how to evaluate suitability of AI/ML for their programs and projects.
Build capacity in the social impact sector to design, deploy and use AI responsibly and ethically.
Developed for NetHope, the Digital Skills Framework is based on deep research into technology trends, existing frameworks, and digital skills needed for success, both now and in the future.
These workshops are designed for our nonprofit members to facilitate a discussion around skills in their organizations. Each workshop is a self-serve model and has an easy to follow format.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5! Click on the Learning Pathway that best describes the information you are looking for.
I focus on responsible innovation because I believe that ethical, humane technology is key for our individual and collective well-being and our ability to tackle problems for our society and our planet.
Chatbots are quickly becoming a popular method for organizations to interact with the communities they support and their staff.
This future state, where beneficiaries could self-serve through a marketplace of good provided by nonprofits, communities and individuals, is already being accelerated by one NetHope member.
One of the most difficult actions for any nonprofit to perform is organization surgery.
Evidence abounds that in the digital economy, merely employing technology to tweak past practices that have led us to current success no longer cuts it.
By engaging a broader range of actors in solving the world’s most pressing challenges, digital technologies unveil new opportunities at the community level.
Embedded in a world of technology abundance, nonprofit boards and leaders increasingly ask, “What does it take for our NGO to thrive in the digital economy?”
Dreaming of—and building for—a better future is not “overhead.” It’s time to change our thinking.
“Now people are actually understanding that once we’ve made that step into digital transformation, it’s all about sustaining it,”
Digital organizations create new, information-enriched customer solutions and deliver them seamlessly.
The digital world has exponentially expanded over the past several years, but the skills we need to protect ourselves from nefarious elements have often not kept pace.
Community involvement and empowerment is a legacy for Box.org executive director, Bryan Breckenridge.
NetHope CEO Lauren Woodman recently got the opportunity to sit down in Seattle for a conversation with Matthew Rycroft
While people are the drivers of this transformation, data continues to be the engine.
Work is changing in the 21st century. One of the fundamental elements of rethinking how work gets done is rooted in digital.
I spent 16 years working at Microsoft, focusing on bringing technology into emerging markets and sparking a lifelong passion for the transformational impact technology can have on just about any population.
As global nonprofits, we all aspire to transform our organizations into digitally savvy, agile institutions to accelerate mission delivery and achieve exponential impact.
Identity is one of those unique topics that matters to every human being on the planet. Being able to prove your identity and use it to access healthcare and education, to get a job, travel, or buy groceries, is what makes our society function.
#ImpactCloud is a coalition of impact-oriented technology companies working together to help accelerate digital transformation and impact for humanitarian and disaster relief organizations.
For the 129 years of HIAS’s existence, the dreams and aspirations of refugees—and the threats they face—have remained much the same.
The DNA Assessment is a watershed moment for the global nonprofit sector, setting a benchmark against which we can measure future progress.
Every NGO should be able to manage their impact based on data and evidence.
Learn about two practical implementations of artificial intelligence/machine learning in the humanitarian sector focused on displacement, and meeting the needs of refugees.
FHI 360 and Techno Brain share their process rooted in human-centric design, the FHI 360 case study and experience, and how you can benefit.
Firsthand insights on identifying ICT core competencies, the process of developing skill standards, and managing distant learning for a digitally skilled workforce.
As the health and humanitarian impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic evolve, so do the workplace and economic challenges the crisis has brought on.
As the health and humanitarian impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic evolve, so do the workplace and economic challenges the crisis has created.
How health data platforms can be used rapidly and responsibly to strengthen multi-partner COVID-19 responses when collecting, storing, analyzing, and using data locally and at scale.
First-hand insights on innovative approaches to partnership for responsible health data sharing for effective COVID-19...
Now more than ever, organizations need to put people at the heart of their decision-making processes and in their design of digital technologies to better support the global COVID-19 response.
The COVID-19 outbreak has created extreme vulnerability in the agriculture sector, impacting farmer livelihoods and resilience, food security, and agricultural market systems.
In the last 10 years, the conservation community has built a number of multiagency coalitions that deliver technology solutions at scale, addressing some of the world's most challenging issues.
Over 3 billion people, nearly half of the global population, are at risk of contracting malaria; and each year, about half a million malaria sufferers die.
An update on tools applied to support malaria programs, the impact of the pandemic on the malaria response, and how data is used to measure interventions.
A responsible approach to data is a baseline requirement for every organization, especially in the development and humanitarian sector.
As the impact of digital data on humanitarian and development programming and decision-making increases, cyber risks proliferate.
Twenty-first Century nonprofits seeking global influence and the ability to affect positive change are faced with challenges.
The evolution of Mercy Ships' data strategy over the past three years.
Misinformation, disinformation, and false rumors are thriving during the global COVID-19 crisis.
Identity is tied to everything you do, but your identity is strewn among multiple organizations and applications. Even if you're lucky enough to have a regularly accepted identity, it can be at risk.
Logistical challenges tend to overshadow any technology or programming challenges.
Digital financial tools and increasing connectivity are key enablers for effective delivery of humanitarian aid and support for the financial inclusion of refugees and internally displaced people.
Learn how your organization can work with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to use best practices in change management and Cloud adoption and how to take the first steps in leveraging technology for mission impact.
Digital technology is a key enabler in effective and timely humanitarian aid
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