This report was produced through a joint research project of the Monitor Institute and the Foundation Center. The research included an extensive literature review on collaboration in philanthropy, detailed analysis of trends from a recent Foundation Center survey of the largest U.S. foundations, interviews with 37 leading philanthropy professionals and technology experts, and a review of over 170 online tools.
The report is a story about how new tools are changing the way funders collaborate. It includes three primary sections: an introduction to emerging technologies and the changing context for philanthropic collaboration; an overview of collaborative needs and tools; and recommendations for improving the collaborative technology landscape
A "Key Findings" executive summary serves as a companion piece to this full report.
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Title: Harnessing Collaborative Technologies: Helping Funders Work Together Better
Publication date 2013-11-05
Publication Year 2013
, Steven Lawrence
, Lisa Philp
, Kristi Kimball
, Monitor Deloitte
North America / United States
, foundation center
, collaborative technologies
, access free
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