Scottish charity leaders call to action on what is needed to create a digitally confident third sector in Scotland.
This follow-up report reviews progress, providing practical examples of how organisations are adapting and evolving in our digital world.
The New Reality’s contributors make a clarion call for pioneering leadership to seize the opportunity to use digital transformation to drive a new era of social impact and to recognise that `business as usual’ poses as much risk as creating space for experimentation and action.
Louise Macdonald OBE, CEO of Young Scot, and Simon Hopkins, CEO of Turn2Us share they’ve learned about digital leadership, from why charities need to do it, how they’ve developed their skills in this area and the risks as well we opportunities they’ve encountered along the way.
Based on in-depth research, the report identifies and assesses five potential options for a new digital platform for libraries. These options reflect a range of considerations including: desirability, complexity and ease of implementation. The scope of the research included functional systems and transactional services as well as current and future ways in which new and existing users can be engaged at local and national level.
Two pieces of research examining current demand for digital skills in the UK job market, and looking at the digital skills needed to succeed now and in the next 10 years