Resources: Digital governance
As charities accelerate digital change boards have an important role to play.
From making the right decisions about technology and planning for a more digital future, trustees have to get to grips with digital as never before.
Surprisingly, whilst digital is now a governance issue, there is little out there to support boards. Hence why we’ve developed the resources below. They’re designed to help trustees make informed decisions about digital, assess risk and to plan strategically for the opportunities that digital brings.
COVID-19 digital checklist for trustees and leaders
This resource from The Charity Digital Code of Practice and The Catalyst will help your board make the right decisions about digital, and assess progress during the crisis.
Leadership resources in The Charity Digital Code of Practice
Find out what good digital governance looks like for charity senior management teams and boards.
Do I need a Digital Trustee?
What COVID-19’s digital revolution means for charity governance
Making digital work
Blog posts about digital governance
Topical insights and reflections from the Zoe Amar Digital team
Web sustainability: 10 ways to achieve your digital goals and help save the planet
This guest blog is written by Jasmine Nehme, who heads up her own digital consultancy, Middle of Nowhere. Jasmine specialises in using a holistic and integrated approach to help charities, agencies and businesses achieve strategic goals in a sustainable way. She also works as part of the Zoe Amar Digital team, as well as on the Zoe Amar Digital website and the Charity Digital Skills Report website.
Diversity, Equality and Inclusion in the 2023 Charity Digital Skills Report
This is a guest blog written by Eshe Kiama Zuri and Nissa Ramsay. In this post we explain our focus on diversity, equality and inclusion in the 2023 Charity Digital Skills Report. We also outline our language, terms and approach to identifying specific groups and...
What the Gary Lineker story means for social media guidelines
The BBC is planning to review its social media guidelines after Gary Lineker was reinstated as Match of the Day presenter following his tweets about asylum policy. Social media is on a lot of charities' minds following the draft social media guidance issued by the...
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