Baltimore GiveCAMP fosters Philanthropic IT-related Causes for Greater Baltimore Non-profits

GiveCamp Team

Report by Dare Makun On the weekend of October 19, at about 5p.m EST on Friday, this year’s GiveCamp, nicknamed “Coders For Baltimore Causes”, kicked off. A team of selfless Information Technology (IT) professionals and enthusiasts, volunteers, as well as Project Managers, came together collectively to “give back” to the community.   This is a perfect name for an awesome … [Read more...]

A Look At IT-Business Relationship In Organizations

Ed Skoudis

By Ibrahim Dabo @IbDabo The advancement of technology at such a rapid pace today is often seen as a vital step forward in accomplishing mission-critical functions, especially from the end-user point of view depending on what technology and situation we’re talking about. But in organizations, both for-profit and non-profit, there often is a challenge of how well the IT department and the … [Read more...]

Output Vs. Outcome

  Welcome! As professionals, we need to ask ourselves what we really set out to achieve as a non-profit organization or a social enterprise.  The first tip is clearly defining your purpose, which helps in determining what your output will be. Now the next question should be the “outcome” of the “output”; these are two very distinct terms often used interchangeably. While the … [Read more...]

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