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The coordinates of scaling: Facilitating inclusive innovation

The desire to ensure that the benefits of successful small-scale social innova-tion are more widely available has led to a plethora of frameworks that seek toscale such innovations. We review 20 extant frameworks for scaling and distin-guished four directions: up (producing changes in laws, policies, institutions ornorms), down (resource allocation to support implementation), in (ensuringorganizations have the capacity to deliver […]

ANA MARIA SANCHEZ RODRIGUEZ June 20, 2022 June 20, 2022
Supporting Innovation Pathways for Sustainable Agriculture Intensification: Lessons from Cross Country Evidence
Natalie Colangelo May 9, 2022 May 9, 2022
Promoting Scale-Up Across a Global Project Platform: Lessons from the Evidence to Action Project

Evidence to Action (E2A) worked from 2011 to 2021 to improve family planning and reproductive health for women and girls across seventeen nations in sub-Saharan Africa using a “scaling-up mindset.” This paper discusses three key lessons emerging from the project’s experience with applying ExpandNet’s systematic approach to scale up. The methodology uses ExpandNet/WHO’s scaling-up framework and guidance tools to design […]

Keli Rutan-Jorgensen March 8, 2022 March 8, 2022
2022. Webinar 2. How Sustained Scale for Ag Programs Must Be Rooted in Lived Economic Experience


Maria Boa March 3, 2022 March 3, 2022
ExpandNet Scaling Up Bibliography

The Scaling Up bibliography (https://expandnet.net/biblio/) is a searchable database of publications, websites, gray literature, and conference reports that either directly address scaling up or provide valuable insights on scaling up. Included are materials from a range of global health and development technical areas as well as the various sciences relevant to scale up.

Keli Rutan-Jorgensen February 16, 2022 February 17, 2022
2022. Webinar 1: Land restoration at scale
Maria Boa February 11, 2022 February 11, 2022 ARD WG, land, webinar
Identifying and Evidencing Pathways to Scale in Context

Hi all This blog post series, co-authored with Tom Aston is focused on social accountability, but trust it should be of wider interest to the community Pathways to scale in social accountability (Post 1 of 5) https://medium.com/@florcig/pathways-to-scale-in-social-accountability-post-1-of-5-40e5ff51a053 Introducing a resonance pathway to scale (Post 2 of 5) https://thomasmtaston.medium.com/introducing-a-resonance-pathway-to-scale-6cacd5163cd8 Contrasting alternative pathways to scale (Post 3 of 5) https://thomasmtaston.medium.com/contrasting-alternative-pathways-to-scale-7157b67cdd0d How context […]

Florencia Guerzovich February 7, 2022 February 7, 2022 #scale #pathways #evaluation #monitoring #accountability #participation #theory #methods
2020. Webinar 1: On the What and Why of Scaling

Webinar – Meaningful scaling: The what and why of scaling

Karen October 7, 2020 January 31, 2022
2020. Webinar 2: On the Science of Scaling

Webinar – The Science of Scaling

Karen October 7, 2020 January 31, 2022
2020 Webinar 3: On the Art of Scaling

Webinar – The Art of Scaling

Karen October 7, 2020 January 31, 2022

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