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When it comes to nonprofit haves and have-nots, one thing that has become apparent over the last decade is that technology is increasingly as critical as big budgets. That is, by putting great tools to work in communications, fundraising, advocacy and program delivery, even many small organizations have been able to make a difference. That’s a big difference from generations past, when large and well-known nonprofits led the social change movement. At the core of this shift has been all the help that nonprofits are getting to learn how to put smart tech to work toward their missions – and much of that help comes alive each year ...
NetApp’s egalitarian culture and down-to-earth management methods catapulted them to the No. 1 spot on Fortune Magazine’s Top 100 Companies to Work For in 2009. It has also kept them profitable through tough economic times, and infused their green work culture with a uniquely creative, communal flavor. GreenTech TV.com spoke with the driver of their environmental initiatives, Laura Pickering, Vice President at NetApp, and learned about their unique e-waste reduction program, creative solutions to going green during tough economic times, and the impact green commitment can have on employee ... Read More
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