Lean for Social Good 101 Webinar
Thursday, March 06, 2014 2:00 pm
3:00 pm ET
Live webinars are scheduled at Eastern Time.
Learn how social good organizations can adopt the Lean Startup methodology to amplify their impact.
The Lean Startup Methodology has taken the startup world by storm, and lean principles have been adopted by everyone from Fortune 1000 companies to the U.S. Government. How can more social good organizations adopt Lean methodology to amplify their impact? In this webinar, the co-founder of Lean Impact and one of the publishers of The Ultimate Dictionary of Lean for Social Good will walk you through some of the best (and worst!) examples they've seen throughout the impact sector -- from A/B testing to Vanity Metrics. We'll leave plenty of time for discussion, so bring your questions!
Here's what you'll learn:
- What's Lean Startup, and why all the fuss about it?
- How social good organizations can benefit from incorporating Lean principles
- The key principles and terms, from A-Z
- How you can get started!
Everyone who attends will get a free copy of The Ultimate Dictionary of Lean for Social Good, the go-to resource for social good organizations going Lean.
About the presenter: Leah Neaderthal, Co-Founder of Lean Impact
Leah Neaderthal is the Co-Founder of Lean Impact, the community of social good organizations using Lean Startup methods in their organization. She is also the Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer of Start Somewhere, which provides design and development services for social good organizations. Leah is also the Co-creator of the popular blog, "When You Work At A Nonprofit". Prior to founding Start Somewhere, Leah spent ten years in marketing for some of the worlds’ biggest advertising agencies, a startup PR firm, and one scrappy technology company. In addition to her day jobs, Leah founded The Chainlink, the online community for Chicago cycling. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania. Follow Leah at @leahtn.REGISTER HERE
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