That’s been the question we’ve been obsessed with since the start of CASE. We know that some social ventures are able to achieve dramatic scaling of their impact but for most organizations the impact they generate is small in relation to the scale of the problems they aim to address.
To help uncover why some organizations are more successful at scaling their impact than others, as well as identifying other trends in the social impact field, CASE is developing the first ever Global Social Impact CEO Survey.
What is the Global Social Impact CEO Survey? This groundbreaking study will create a longitudinal study of the experiences and learnings of social impact leaders at the CEO level, including nonprofit and for-profit social ventures and impact investors. The resulting reports and tools will provide a leadership lens on trends, perceptions, and predictions about achieving sustainable impact at scale.
CASE is seeking a consultant and/or consulting team to partner with us in designing our strategy for implementing the Global Social Impact CEO Survey. Proposals must show knowledge of the global social impact sector trends, latest research, and key players. Ideal candidates will also have prior successful experience in large-scale, national survey work.
We’re looking for a consultant that will provide us with a landscape analysis for the survey and develop 2-3 models for survey modeling and implementation. Additionally, we may extend the work to the survey design and survey execution and analysis phases of the Global Social Impact CEO Survey depending on expertise level and proposed budget.
Want to learn more? Take a look at the full RFP here. Work will start immediately and the first two phases of deliverables must be ready for presentation in Durham, NC, on February 9th, 2017. RFP applications are due on January 5th, 2017.