Changing ICT: What will it mean for your organisation?

Foresight Event

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Start time: 8th December 2009, 14:30
Finish time: 8th December 2009, 17:00 Followed by a drinks reception

Join us for a free afternoon of expert insights, discussion and practical thinking to guide you through the future landscape of technology.

Take time out to think about how your organisation can make the most of developments in technology. Followed by a drinks reception to carry on your discussions and make connections.    

"Excellent opportunity to step outside the day-to-day and have a very stimulating discussion." Jon Spiers, Cancer Campaign Manager, Cancer Research UK (attendee of Leading Lights seminar) 

What you will get from the event

A stronger understanding of what your organisation can get from the baffling range of information and communication technologies on the horizon. Taking the time to think them through and get to grips with them will help you help you:

  • overcome the challenges it presents,
  • seize the many opportunities and
  • make better decisions for your organisation's future. 

Focussing on Ubiquitous Connectivity, Social Media, Cloud Computing and Online Revenue you will hear from experts in these areas and then be able to work through with other delegates the potential implications and impacts of the new technology for your own organisation.

Some of these are drivers on our website, and keep an eye on our website for more information and introductions from our speakers.

Cost

Free for NCVO Third Sector Foresight network members. Not a member, but interested in joining? Find out more

Venue

NCVO Conference Suite, London

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More

We have a large selection of technology drivers on our website, or you can read some of the insightful posts by members on our forums.

Last updated at 14:26 Mon 12/Oct/09.

Discuss

How will this affect your organisation? Have you considered it during your strategic planning? Can you share any interesting relevant links?

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