Cath Everett has been a journalist and editor for nearly 30 years. She specializes in workplace, leadership and organizational culture issues, but also writes about the impact of technology on business and society.

Articles by Cath Everett

Third sector organizations turn to Adobe to visualize their message This article is sponsored by:

The importance of creating meaningful visual assets to help get your message across cannot be underestimated these days. A UK-based children’s cancer charity and Mexican community-led development NGO explain how they used tech to do just that.

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How can you measure the ‘social value’ of your products, goods and services? This article is sponsored by:

The idea of measuring the ‘social value’ outcomes of collaborative projects between the private, public and third sector is gaining weight in the UK. One organization that is providing the tools to do so is marketplace, whatimpact.

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Helpall Social - a new social media platform that wants to be the ‘Uber for helping others’ This article is sponsored by:

Hari Subramanian, Founder of ServiceMax and Appify, is now on his third venture: a social media platform that aims to assess people’s ‘goodness quotient’

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Culling with kindness - the right way to go about making redundancies in the tech sector This article is sponsored by:

As global recession looms, it appears the tech sector is not out of the woods yet in layoff terms. So if redundancies become necessary, how can employers ensure they avoid hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons?

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Ada Lovelace Day - Solo.io founder Idit Levine on progress made, challenges faced and why she's not a fan of gender labelling This article is sponsored by:

On this year's Ada Lovelace Day, a conversation with Idit Levine, founder and CEO of a $1 billion tech start-up, who rejects the widespread label of ‘women in tech’ as “dismissive”.

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You’re fired! Can we trust algorithms to decide who gets sacked and who doesn’t? This article is sponsored by:

Sacking employees by algorithm may not be widespread as yet, but it undoubtedly has legal, ethical and reputational ramifications that need to be evaluated.

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Using technology to help preserve Ukraine’s cultural heritage during the war This article is sponsored by:

Cultural heritage is closely bound up with cultural identity, which is why work is going on in Ukraine to try to save it. Here are two organisations that are digitizing important buildings so they can be restored and reconstructed after the war.

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The day of the digital nomad - why organizational implications accompany the 'anywhere worker' This article is sponsored by:

‘Anywhere workers’ have emerged as a new kind of digital nomad category. But while many employees are keen to give this kind of lifestyle choice a go, employers really do need to weigh up the risks.

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Carbon emission reduction - it's not easy being green, but Orbus and Salesforce are setting a pace This article is sponsored by:

With predictions over climate change becoming ever more cataclysmic and energy prices mounting daily, the time is ripe for tech leaders to start exploring ways to cut the carbon footprint of their own internal IT infrastructure. But as Orbus Software and Salesforce reveal, doing so isn’t quite as easy as it might seem.

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Using no code/low code tools to quickly build systems in support of Ukrainian refugees This article is sponsored by:

Soon after the start of the war in Ukraine, monday.com’s emergency response unit went into one of the refugee camps on the Polish border to help sort out its formidable logistics problems.

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