- Scaling-up. How to overcome key challenges to reach scale for social enterprises.
- There is a multitude of successful social ventures that can be replicated / scaled-up; no need to “re-invent the wheel”. Social purpose organizations can to learn from successful examples and “localize” winning concepts
- Case study: Teach for All: How can Teach for America expand its successful model of education beyond the United States?
- Initial team funding concept presentations due: Short (5 min) presentation of basic concept for funding pitch. Feedback from instructor and other student teams.
Karen Arkell, Director of Development, Teach for China
Arnold Chan, Founder and CEO, Teach for Hong Kong
Initial team funding concept presentation (power point format; recommended length: 5-10 slides). Please decide which team member(s) will present your team’s initial funding proposal in front of the class.
Case study: Teach for All: How can Teach for America expanded its successful model of education beyond the United States. Yale School of Management
Module on Scaling Strategies in the Toolkit on Social Investment developed by Mark Cheng, Ashoka, with UBS:
Kayser, O. & Budinich, V. (2015) Scaling up: Business solutions to social problems. A practical guide for social and corporate entrepreneurs. Chapter 11
Gugelev, A. & Stern, A. (2015) What’s Your Endgame? Stanford Social Innovation Review
Trelstad, B. & Katz, R. (2011) Mission, Margin, Mandate: Multiple Paths to Scale. Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization 6(3): 41-53
Kayser, O. & Budinich, V. (2015) Scaling up: Business solutions to social problems. A practical guide for social and corporate entrepreneurs. Chapters 4, 6-7. 9-10
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