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Social entrepreneurship : how businesses can transform society

Auteur : Thomas S Lyons
Éditeur: Santa Barbara, Calif. : Praeger, ©2013.
Édition/format:   Livre imprimé : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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"As government and the private sector repeatedly prove themselves unable to come to terms with social and environmental challenges, the potential of entrepreneurship to address these ills is increasingly attractive. Social entrepreneurs are able--and willing--to develop innovative solutions and assume the risk necessary to take on large, systemic issues, offering hope that problems can ultimately be solved. Social  Lire la suite...
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Type de document: Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Thomas S Lyons
ISBN: 9780313393419 0313393419 9780313393426 0313393427
Numéro OCLC: 759915988
Description: 3 volumes ; 24 cm
Contenu: Volume I. The nature of organizational structure in social entrepreneurship --
An overview of structural options and issues / Michael J. Caslin III with Marco Sachet and Elissa Shevinsky --
The 501(c)(3) nonprofit social enterprise / Janelle A. Kerlin --
For-profit social entrepreneurship / Edmund R. Gray --
Hybrid discourses on social enterprise : unpacking the zeitgeist / John Casey --
Growth issues in social entrepreneurship / Sanjay Rupani and Laurel Ames Poolman --
The new new thing : the microconsignment model of social innovation / Brett R. Smith, Greg Van Kirk, and Joseph A. Kayne --
Legal issues in social enterprise structure / Robert S. D'Intino --
Strategic positioning : relevance and challenges for social enterprises in the voluntary nonprofit sector / Celine Chew --
Issues in the marketing and promotion of social enterprises / Mike Newton-Ward --
Concluding thoughts on social enterprise structure / Thomas S. Lyons --
Volume II. Approaches to financing social entrepreneurship --
Current issues in social entrepreneurship funding and finance / Cleveland T. Justis --
Philanthropy and the social enterprise spectrum / Peter Dobkin Hall --
Social venture earned-income strategies / Moriah Meyskens --
Understanding the true potential of hybrid financing strategies for social entrepreneurs / Maximilian Martin --
Social entrepreneurship as recombination : seeing the space in-between / Deborah Shepherd and Christine Woods --
501(c)(3) nonprofits and earned-income generation : where is the line? / Bonnie McEwan --
Cause-related marketing / Susan Dann, Charles Hollis, and Helen Stuart --
Cobranding and social enterprise / Michael J. Caslin III with Elissa Shevinsky and Marc Vainrib --
The challenges of financing economic transformations / Gregg A. Lichtenstein --
Concluding thoughts on social entrepreneurship financing / Thomas S. Lyons --
Volume III. Accountability, performance measurement, and performance management in social entrepreneurship --
Why accountability in social entrepreneurship is crucial / Bart Victor and Matthew Grimes --
Common pitfalls in accountability in social enterprises / Andrew Papadimos, Jennifer Grant, and Prasada Vajjhala --
Issues of measuring the performance of social enterprises / John Thompson and Jonathan M. Scott --
Measuring performance in social entrepreneurship : are mission, strategy, and measurement aligned? / Jarrod Ormiston and Richard Seymour --
In search of the elusive impact : the difficulty of maximizing, identifying, and measuring the impact of social enterprises / Vicki Whiting, Emmeline dePillis, and Kevin Townsend --
Linking measurement to management and compensation / Michael J. Caslin III with Joseph Maller and Elissa Shevinsky --
Performance management models for social ventures / Nasir Butrous and Ellen McBarron --
Conducting a market analysis for a social venture / Kathleen Liang --
Concluding thoughts on accountability and performance measurement and management / Thomas S. Lyons.
Responsabilité: Thomas S. Lyons, editor.

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Tackling one of the hottest topics in business today, experts share practical insights about how to finance, market, manage, and assess a social entrepreneurship venture to create a new organization  Lire la suite...

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