On so many vital social issues, we’re either seeing painfully slow progress or problems that are actually getting worse.

This webinar illustrates the need for better social innovation strategies, delve into ways social innovators successfully built lasting, impactful, and scaled-up social solutions, and offer participants practical guidance on how to innovate more effectively.

This is highly recommended if you’re curious about Lean Startup or Lean Impact, Human Centered Design, and other innovation strategies and/or you have ambitious social change goals and want support on how to achieve them.

Presented By: Steve Nagai-Ma

About Author

Steve Nagai-Ma

Steve is a social entrepreneur who advises several successful nonprofit organizations and social enterprises. Steve co-authored a feature article for the Stanford Social Innovation Review on Lean Experimentation in the social sector (Summer 2015) and served as the Senior Advisor to Revolution English, an innovative nonprofit startup that now teaches English to more than one million people in a low-cost, financially self-sustaining way.

Steve’s consultancy firm provides expert guidance to nonprofit leaders, educators, and social entrepreneurs on how to innovate effectively and scale up social impact. His clients have included Teach For America, The Nature Conservancy, SaverLife, Congreso de Latinos Unidos, the Open Society Foundations, and the Movement For Black Lives.

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