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Knight Foundation - Secret of Scale with Lean Startup

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Peter Murray

on 24 April 2014

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Transcript of Knight Foundation - Secret of Scale with Lean Startup

Economic Benefits
Member Community
Media Platform
Reproductive Rights
Drug Reform
Media Regulation
Social Security
College Affordability
Gun Control
Universal Health Care
Environmentalism
International Development
Clean Elections
Criminal Justice Reform
Hunger
Education
Consumer Protection
Electoral Reform
Immigration Reform
Labor Rights
Medicaid
Women’s Rights
LGBT Rights
Living Wage
Global Warming
Racial Justice
Homelessness
Green Jobs
Peace
International Development
Tax Fairness
Issue Organizing
Membership Size of Citizen Institutions
21st Century Citizen Institutions
Network-
Centric
Diverse
Social
Network
Powered
Global
AAA
Functional Organizing:
Member Benefits and Services
Membership Growth
Financial Growth
Lean Experimentation
54 M
53 M
17 M
6 M
5 M
Ventures
Team
NARAL 1M
HRC 1M
Heritage Foundation 700K
ACLU 500K
NOW 500K
Family Research Council 455K
Common Cause 400K
NAACP 300K
40 M
Top Issue
Groups
NRA
Planned
Parenthood
Major
Unions
AARP
Catholic
Church
5 Largest
Protestant
Churches
10 M
20 M
30 M
40 M
50 M
51 M
Lean Startup for Citizen Organizations
The path to success
is through structured failure.
The Secret
of Scale

Scaling Citizen Action:
How robust acts of citizenship can become
the default, rather than the exception.
a presentation for the Knight Foundation

by Peter Murray
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