Nonprofits and other social change organizations are lagging their counterparts in the scientific and business communities in collecting and analyzing the vast amounts of data that are being generated by digital technology. Four steps need to be taken to improve the use of big data for social innovation.
- Post author:Kevin Desouza
- Post published:May 15, 2014
- Post category:Arizona State University / College of Public Programs / Information Technology / innovation / Intrapreneurship / philanthropy / Policy Informatics
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