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PPPLab webinar on the Scaling Scan
PPPLab webinar on the scaling scan
Thursday November 15, 2018 Image: PPPLab
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Details

Date:
November 15
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Website:
https://ppplab.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Webinar-long-flyer-1.pdf

Organizer

PPPLab
Website:
http://www.ppplab.org/

Venue

Online webinar

On November 15, 2018 PPPLab is organizing the interactive online webinar “Apply the Scaling Scan to your scaling effort step-by-step”. PPPLab will explain how to apply the Scaling Scan to scaling efforts step-by-step, illustrated by examples from practice which have sharpened their outlooks with the tool.

In the efforts to contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), scaling has become an unavoidable concept. Impact at scale is needed to address critical global issues such as water availability, food security, and climate change. The international community and development practitioners have taken it up as a priority. But as a relative new area of professional attention, there are many questions on how to scale impact in practice.

To help PPPs strengthening their scaling strategies, PPPLab in cooperation with CIMMYT developed the Scaling Scan on basis of ongoing research of how development initiatives scale innovations in practice. The Scaling Scan helps to get clear what scaling requires in a specific context, to formulate a realistic and responsible scaling ambition and to identify bottlenecks and opportunities that should be addressed to achieve that scale. Note that it is not a design tool, but it rather helps to understand the multiple dimensions of a scaling process.

The tool is designed for project coordinators, managers, technical experts, implementers, anyone looking to scale impact – individually or in teams during workshops.

During the Webinar on November 15, PPPLab will explain how to apply the Scaling Scan to scaling efforts step-by-step, illustrated by examples from practice.

Register here.

 

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