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To produce good outcomes, social entrepreneurs must learn how to articulate their values consistently and act on them.
Social entrepreneurs must recognize when it is time to relinquish control and create strong leadership teams.
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.