Results for Technology & Innovation

Down with the dot.coms

Down with the dot.coms

February 01, 2001 The new economy was going to save the planet, opening a technological era of social and environmental responsibility. The dream has come down to earth with a bump, along with the share prices. What is the digital future now? Read more >
The IT Revolution

The IT Revolution

April 01, 2000 In the first of two articles on the information technology revolution, Alison Gulliford summarises the main implications of IT for the socially responsible company. Part two in the next edition will focus on how IT affects management of community programmes. Read more >
Comment: Bridging the digital divide

Comment: Bridging the digital divide

April 01, 2000 On both sides of the Atlantic, schemes are launched to help those left behind in the headlong race to a wired-up future. The information revolution is bringing huge benefits - and new responsibilities - to all of business, not just the big name computer companies. Read more >
F.I. GROUP: a partnership business

F.I. GROUP: a partnership business

February 01, 1996 As the political debate about stakeholding hots up, this fast growing company, still new to the community affairs scene, offers a model for the inclusive, partnership-based, company of tomorrow Read more >
A Japanese approach: Toyota

A Japanese approach: Toyota

December 01, 1992 In the UK, Toyota aspires to be "a truly British company". As its first car rolls off the production line in Derbyshire, how does its community affairs programme measure up to that aspiration? Read more >