Three types of leadership are needed to build a successful organization.
A $25 baby warmer might stop the tragedy of 450 low-birth-weight babies dying every hour in the developing world.
With these seven levers, social entrepreneurs can foster change in everything from affordable housing to child welfare to poverty alleviation.
Riders for Health has created a novel approach to maintaining health transport vehicles in sub-Saharan Africa.
A new social enterprise incubator fills two critical gaps facing social entrepreneurs: mentoring and access to capital.
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Microfranchising poses fewer risks and offers greater benefits than does creating a new business from scratch.
Let’s not overlook what traditional entrepreneurs contribute to society.
Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Sheryl WuDunn and Nicholas Kristof
The idea that social entrepreneurs create something called social value—good works that go above and beyond what traditional entrepreneurs and businesses deliver—is a dearly held tenet of the social change movement. But what exactly is social value, and how do social entrepreneurs go about creating it?
Key social innovators have succeeded against all odds –– and with little financial muscle.