A look at the innovative *Weekend Movement in Malaysia.
Q&A with Dhaval Chadha of Cria Global.
Much good can be done under the guise of “social entrepreneurship,” but that doesn’t excuse our collective failure to acknowledge its limitations.
We need to establish a new consensus that propagation is as important as innovation.
A new brand of social entrepreneurship is emerging.
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Too often we engage in linear, simplistic solutions, when lasting change requires collaborative efforts.
We’re a long way from bringing the real cost of social capital in line with commercial capital.
An essential skill for innovators and entrepreneurs is the ability to turn success into failure.
It is time to shift gears and to stop searching for best practice models on leadership within the Fortune 500 companies.
Social entrepreneurship has led to excellent work, but without an informed and empowered population we will never address the core issues we face.