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Answers to Your Transformative Scale Questions

Answers to Your Transformative Scale Questions | Conservation Innovation | Scoop.it
The transformative scale webinar hosted by Stanford Social Innovation Review on April 29 came to a close before BRAC's Susan Davis, Year Up's Gerald Chertavian, and Bridgespan's Jeff Bradach could answer all the participants' questions. Here, Bradach and Bridgespan Consultant Abe Grindle answer several of the more broadly applicable questions.

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Olivia Millard's curator insight, May 6, 2014 2:47 PM

Follow up to last week's SSIR webinar on scaling up. Lots of good food for thought here. How does a nonprofit scale up without funds to invest in infrastructure? How do you explain partner-based impact to funders? If a nonprofit can significantly grow its revenue and size by positioning itself as the exclusive provider of a highly effective new service, does that come at the expense of pursuing the best path to maximize impact for the world?

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Rescooped by Jonathan Hoekstra from Conservation On The Ground: Leadership, Partnerships, Communities, Capacity
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Answers to Your Transformative Scale Questions

Answers to Your Transformative Scale Questions | Conservation Innovation | Scoop.it
The transformative scale webinar hosted by Stanford Social Innovation Review on April 29 came to a close before BRAC's Susan Davis, Year Up's Gerald Chertavian, and Bridgespan's Jeff Bradach could answer all the participants' questions. Here, Bradach and Bridgespan Consultant Abe Grindle answer several of the more broadly applicable questions.

Via Olivia Millard
more...
Olivia Millard's curator insight, May 6, 2014 2:47 PM

Follow up to last week's SSIR webinar on scaling up. Lots of good food for thought here. How does a nonprofit scale up without funds to invest in infrastructure? How do you explain partner-based impact to funders? If a nonprofit can significantly grow its revenue and size by positioning itself as the exclusive provider of a highly effective new service, does that come at the expense of pursuing the best path to maximize impact for the world?