Developing New Products to Meet Your Mission (NEW)

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New Products Your organization is driven to deliver the best products and services to its constituents. How do you identify new opportunities for impact that are aligned with your mission? In this webinar, Dahna Goldstein will discuss how to identify and evaluate opportunities to further your organization's mission with new products and services. Using a "minimum viable product" framework, you will learn how to assess new tools, services, and interventions. When developing any new product or service, your "customers" are key. During the webinar you'll discover new ways to listen to and learn from your customers - both constituents and donors - to consistently improve your organization.

90 Minutes
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Dahna Goldstein

Dahna Goldstein, a Bretton Woods II Fellow at New America, is a social entrepreneur and advisor to social impact organizations. Dahna was the founder and CEO of PhilanTech, which created PhilanTrack, online grants management software designed to reduce the costs of grants administration and redirect grant dollars to program and service delivery to achieve greater social impact. When PhilanTech was acquired by Altum in 2014, Dahna served as director of philanthropy solutions at Altum. Prior to starting PhilanTech, Dahna worked for venture philanthropies, including Ashoka and Blue Ridge Foundation New York, and produced interactive eLearning programs for Global Education Network and Harvard Business School Publishing, including the award-winning "What Is a Leader?" program. Dahna was named one of Newsweek’s "13 Women Entrepreneurs to Bet On" and one of BusinessWeek’s "25 Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs." She currently teaches entrepreneurship at Georgetown University, and serves on several nonprofit boards.
Dahna Goldstein