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Essential MOOCs In Business For March

Scale 2

Scaling Smart: How to Grow Your Impact

School: Acumen

Platform: NovoEd

Registration Link:  Scaling Smart: How to Grow Your Impact

Start Date: March 2, 2015

Workload: 2 Hours Long 

Instructors: Acumen

Credentials: Acumen’s online courses are designed to stimulate moral imagination and enhance financial and operational skills. Overall, Acumen’s mission is to “equip emerging change leaders with the tools to change the way the world tackles poverty and build a world based on dignity.”

Graded: Not Specified.

Description: In the social sector, enterprises are always seeking ways to scale their solutions. They are looking to develop programs that consistently build on their strengths and can be applied to various constituencies. Using a tool called the “Repeatable Model” that was created by Bain & Company, participants can learn how to scale without sacrificing quality or mission. Based on lessons learned from companies like Nike and Lego, students will examine their core competencies and establish a model and overarching strategy that can be replicated across various regions.

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Additional Note: The course is based on a report called Growing Prosperity: Developing Repeatable Models to Scale, which was co-authored by Acumen and Bain.