How to Define Your Competitive Advantage and Transform Your Social Change Organization – Apr 14
Posted by Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) on March 30, 2021
Do you view competition as something reserved for the for-profit world? Think that your competitive advantage is simply a rephrasing of your mission statement? The fact is that all organizations are competing for something—whether it’s market share, public policy, funding, or more attention from clients or donors. As a social change leader, you need to learn how to think competitively.
This 90-minute SSIR Live! program will provide participants with a wealth of tools that will make it easier to define your organization’s competitive advantage and help you to refine your strategic roadmap. We will explore how using a framework and asking the right questions can make this process easier and more effective.
In this live session, you will:
- Learn how to define your social change organization’s competitive advantage to provide strategic direction and focus
- Equip yourself with the ability to think competitively and transform your organization
- Receive a detailed guide on the different levers that affect and make up your organization’s competitive advantage
- Go deep on specific case studies and get a template for doing this exercise yourself
Date and Time: Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 2:00-3:30 PM
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