Yet, while there is growing buzz around the need to scale solutions, there are limited frameworks or practical roadmaps to help social enterprises get there. How do you identify your core strengths and build upon them strategically? How do you grow in diverse and hard-to-reach markets? How do you avoid racing forward in an unfocused, and ultimately self-defeating, way? How do you achieve “good scale” and steer clear of “bad scale”? Enter the “Repeatable Model.℠”. This is a tool that Bain & Company developed after studying hundreds of leading corporations like Nike, Lego and IKEA. In this course, we’ll show you how to apply this framework to the social sector to scale your work strategically across villages, regions and countries. Drawing from a report co-produced by Acumen and Bain called “Growing Prosperity: Developing Repeatable Models to Scale,” this course will present practical advice and case studies from the founders and leaders of social ventures like One Acre Fund and Juhudi Kilimo who have successfully implemented repeatable models.