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This scoping report explores the concepts behind, evidence supporting and application of growth mindset through qualitative and quantitative research.

It explains the key concepts in mindset, and describes why mindset matters in the development of young people in various areas, from their academic attainment to their social and emo­tional wellbeing, character capabilities and other life outcomes.

As part of the project, Demos and Big Change produced a film featuring interviews with a wide range of community, business and sporting leaders:

This scoping report explores the concepts behind, evidence supporting and application of growth mindset through qualitative and quantitative research.

It explains the key concepts in mindset, and describes why mindset matters in the development of young people in various areas, from their academic attainment to their social and emo­tional wellbeing, character capabilities and other life outcomes.

As part of the project, Demos and Big Change produced a film featuring interviews with a wide range of community, business and sporting leaders:

With more than 250 million people in India living on a daily income of less than $2,  it’s clear that any nonprofit aspiring to reduce poverty needs to have a huge reach. But some nonprofits seem better equipped to meet the challenge of scaling in India than others. What gives them an edge? The answer might lie in their mindsets—the way they think about what it really takes to serve many, and then many more, in the face of overwhelming scarcity.

Over the past year, Bridgespan studied 20 Indian nonprofits that deliver services to hundreds of thousands (in some cases, millions) of people. These organizations differ significantly in style and focus, but their experiences reveal five distinct and recurring mindsets:

The Denominator Mindset : If you think of a social change effort as a fraction, the denominator would represent the size of the need, and the numerator would represent what the organization is currently accomplishing. Nonprofits with a denominator mindset stay focused on the size of the need, but they are flexible in how they confront it. They have the big picture of population-level change in their sights, but they also believe that addressing one more part of a complex problem is better than perfecting a solution that serves comparatively few people.


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