Lean Startup ideas are being applied more and more often in non-profits, B-corps and other mission-driven organizations. As the ideas have spread in this world, they’ve come to be known as Lean Impact, and best practices are emerging.

We’ll look at how mission-driven organizations can apply Lean Startup to more effectively meet their goals. In describing the key ideas, we’ll show real-world examples and tackle the tough question of working with funders and other stakeholders when your organization changes the way it measures progress. You’ll come away with a sense of why and how to use Lean Startup techniques for social good.

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