Why Rethinking Social Enterprise Accelerator Programs is Crucial


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Kristin Gilliss, the Mulago Foundation's Associate Portfolio Director, writes why Mulago sees "half-baked" often.

Half-baked means: A good idea, but no implementation plan; A great set of projects, but no core innovation that cuts across them; A detailed plan, but no organizational capacity to deliver. Gilliss comments that social accelerators need to focus on their own impact model, or risk a half-baked approach to social change.


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