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Using Innovation to Accelerate Impact
Sometimes, our current solutions are insufficient to meaningfully move the needle on the challenges we face as a society. It is at these times that innovation is critically needed. But innovation is more than the spark of new ideas – it’s also about data-driven experiments that drive continuous feedback cycles.

Join us for a webinar on Using Innovation to Accelerate Impact co-hosted by Bridgespan partner Laura Lanzerotti and social innovation expert and author Ann Mei Chang. We’ll share best practices of innovation for purpose, which organizations can use to learn faster, become more nimble, achieve greater scale, and ultimately use fewer resources to deliver greater impact.

In this webinar, we’ll explore the following questions:
▪ How can you design simple experiments that test innovations cheaply and quickly?
▪ How can you effectively learn from these experiments to adapt solutions?
▪ How can we think about scaling effective innovations?

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Jun 17, 2020 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Laura Lanzerotti
Partner @The Bridgespan Group
Laura Lanzerotti is a partner in Bridgespan’s San Francisco office. Since joining Bridgespan in 2006, she has supported a number of institutional and family philanthropies to develop and refine their strategies and nonprofit leaders to develop ambitious approaches to scaling impact. She has worked with a diverse set of clients including Blue Meridian Partners, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Google.org, Hopelab, Reading Partners, Larkin Street Youth Services, and Communities in Schools. Laura leads Bridgespan’s Impact Lab practice and is co-author of “Is Your Nonprofit Built for Sustained Innovation?” as well as “Living Into Your Strategic Plan: A Guide to Implementation That Gets Results.”
Ann Mei Chang
Author; Former Chief Innovation Officer, USAID
A leading expert on social innovation who brings together unique insights from her extensive work across the tech industry, government, and nonprofits, Ms. Chang previously served as chief innovation officer at USAID. There, she was the first executive director of the US Global Development Lab, engaging the best practices for innovation from Silicon Valley to accelerate the impact and scale of solutions to the world’s most intractable challenges. She was also previously the chief innovation officer at Mercy Corps and served the US Department of State as Senior Advisor for Women and Technology in the Secretary's Office of Global Women’s Issues.