Last week I wrote about collaboration for the Skoll World Forum for Social Entrepreneurship — specifically about how, despite the prevalence of technology, human interactions and relationships are at the heart of successful collaboration, the Huffington Post reports. In that post, I said technology enables collaboration and innovation to happen on a global scale. And, that a technology infrastructure that supports collaboration can accelerate time to impact for any nonprofit, social entrepreneur, or business. While at Skoll, I participated in a session that brought both of these elements — people and technology — together and underscored the potential we have to make a bigger and more meaningful impact when they are combined…

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