How to think big, start small and learn fast
10th November 5pm to 6pm (no fee)
The charity sector is, sometimes unfairly but often accurately portrayed, as having an extremely low appetite for risk. One of the implications of this is the lack of major innovations we see coming from large parts of the sector.
The challenge is often that Boards want to see watertight, robust business cases for ideas before they will sanction investment; but the evidence to underpin those business cases can’t be created without at least some of that investment being made up front.
Far from reducing risk exposure, this approach actually increases it significantly.
In this one-hour seminar, free to anyone in the charity sector, I will explain why, and I will outline far better alternatives that have been adopted by businesses around the world to rapidly increase innovation, agility and the pace of learning, while dramatically reducing financial and reputational exposure.
These seminars represent a rare opportunity for non-profit leaders to come together and collectively step away from the day-to-day, to think more strategically about the opportunities in front of them, and how their organisations can take full advantage of them for the furtherance of their mission.
To register, simply e-mail me and I will send you the link and details to access the call. Feel free to share this invitation with colleagues.
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