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Human Algorithm in Data Driven Hiring

Silicon Valley entrepreneur Sunil Bagai writes that despite the growing influence of metrics and big data, companies will still have to figure in the Human Algorithm in order to find and retain the best and the brightest talent. The use of metrics is important, but while data can convey the potential success of a candidate, […]

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How Millenials Are Changing Non-Profits

Marissa Sackler worked behind the scenes wit non-profit organizations and saw how they worked. After witnessing how the many non-profits were “held together with string and glue” due to lack of resources, she decided to do something to help by providing work space to “incubees.” Currently, Beespace incubates five organizations, including The Malala Fund. Three […]

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Five Nonprofit Predictions for 2016

With innovation in technology and communication and the dramatic changes in the world, Caroline Avakian, an expert in media and nonprofits, shares her predictions for nonprofits in 2016. They include organizations capitalizing on social media by using hashtags in provocative and creative ways; the cooperation between NGOs of all sizes and governments and media; and […]

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Five New and Upcoming Startups Doing Good

SitePoint, a hub for web developers, takes a different look at startups doing social good. As a site designed as a hub or web developers, the writer took a look at startups that do more than do social good, they allow of everyone to get involved. Their efforts include leveraging smartphone technologies or making it […]

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