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Transformative Scale: Pathways to Growing What Works

Transformative Scale: Pathways to Growing What Works

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Transformative Scale: Pathways To Growing What Works

 
 

Wed, April 9, 2014; 15:00 - 16:15
Location: SBS, Edmond Safra Lecture Theatre

If we are to effectively move the needle on key issues, one of the most important questions to answer is how we can reach transformative scale. We know what works in many instances, but we don’t know how to implement at population-level scale. This session will introduce examples of leaders charting new pathways to scaling impact and explore the barriers and opportunities participants are facing as they consider these types of strategies—both for their organizations and for their own leadership.

 

SPEAKERS

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Jeff Bradach

Managing Partner & Co-Founder
Bridgespan Group

 
  • Jeffrey Bradach

    I’m looking forward to a lively discussion about taking “scale” to the next level. I know that many of you, like me, are frustrated that even the most successful organizations are only scratching the surface of the problems we are trying to solve.

    Our recent article, “Transformative Scale: The future of growing what works” (http://bspan.org/1omkGRn) identifies pathways to massively scale impact to truly meet needs; the pathways aren’t necessarily new or exhaustive but they do reflect a new understanding and create a renewed energy around what’s possible.

    I invite you to share your thoughts and observations about the examples you’re seeing of organizations that are finding ways to massively scale and I encourage you to join the conversation at the Skoll World Forum and in my new blog series (http://bspan.org/1omkIsD) on Bridgespan.org.

 

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