Your donor coalition, much like meerkats, are easily identified by the obviousness of their attention. If we treat attention as a currency, we can understand why the constituents who have PAID attention are so valuable. They are identifying themselves as potential donor coalition members.
Change is hard, and it is particularly hard when it comes to ingrained ways of doing things. Implementing successful AI requires participation at all levels of an organization, and as people work more closely with AI technology, the nature of their work changes. Contrary to popular belief, there is no magic bullet when it comes to AI and no, you are not going to get an optimal solution that will work with your status quo operations.
One underlying cause of imposter syndrome is that nonprofits have created comparative benchmarks as the standard they have to meet. This often comes at the cost of getting sidetracked from one’s own goals, or loosing steam on innovative objectives, in order to compete with the masses.
In order for Artificial intelligence to work, there are a few requirements that are 100% necessary. AI cannot work without accessible, high quality, labeled, granular data, and you should be very wary of anyone who tells you differently.
A brief, 14-minute survey to understand your organization's goals and approach towards AI.