In business schools around the country, there’s much ado about social entrepreneurship and a double bottom-line—social good and profits.
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The work of charities in almost all circumstances requires focused effort over a substantial period of time.
The notion of L3Cs is that they’re a vehicle for doing well by doing good and therefore an improvement over the typical nonprofit structure.
Excerpt of a discussion with Eric Nee, manager of Stanford Social Innovation Review.
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To answer many of the social welfare and public health problems of today it takes creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
Two points of Slacktivism: 1) organizations create and endorse the level to which people take action 2) “slacker activism” is a gateway to lasting change.
Twelve new social enterprise ventures ran onto the social innovation field at the 2011 Social Enterprise Conference.
New mobile-based payment systems may offer a more affordable, and faster alternative to distributing cash to countries such as Haiti.
Takeaways from an interview with SIF Director Paul Carttar after his keynote panel discussion at the 2011 Social Enterprise Conference this past weekend.