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The Disruptors 2 : How Social Entrepreneurs Lead and Manage Disruption.

Author: Kerrin Myres; Gus Silber
Publisher: New York : Bookstorm PTY ltd, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Following the success of 2016's The Disruptors comes the next book on social entrepreneurs and social enterprises. Interest in the social enterprise movement by the formal business sector is growing, as social entrepreneurs often operate in highly complex and constrained environments and offer corporates and other businesses the opportunity to learn new ways of managing and leading. Meet the next crop of Disruptors:  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Myres, Kerrin.
Disruptors 2 : How Social Entrepreneurs Lead and Manage Disruption.
New York : Bookstorm PTY ltd, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kerrin Myres; Gus Silber
ISBN: 9781928257486 1928257488
OCLC Number: 1054023250
Description: 1 online resource (157 pages)
Contents: Intro; Copyright; Contents; Foreword by Professor Nicola Kleyn; INTRODUCTION: What Could Business Learn from Social Enterprise?; PART I: The Social Entrepreneur as Leader; TECHNOVERA / NEO HUTIRI; KHEPRI BIOSCIENCES / BANDILE DLABANTU; MUTHI FUTHI / GILL WHITTINGTON-BANDA; How do Social Entrepreneurs Lead through the Process of Disruption?; PART II: The Social Enterprise as Organisation; WOMEN'S DEVELOPMENT BUSINESSES; RIGHT TO CARE / IAN SANNE; PETCO / CHERI SCHOLTZ; How are Social Enterprises Managed through the Process of Disruption?; PART III: The Social Enterprise in Context. SOLMS-DELTA / MARK SOLMSU-CARE MEDICAL CENTRE / DR DULCY RAKUMAKOE; AFRICAN LEADERSHIP ACADEMY / FRED SWANIKER & CHRIS BRADFORD; How do Disruptive Social Enterprises Respond to Context?; CONCLUSION: Eight Lessons Businesses Can Learn from Social Enterprise; Contributors; List of Interviews.

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Following the success of 2016's The Disruptors comes the next book on social entrepreneurs and social enterprises. Interest in the social enterprise movement by the formal business sector is growing, as social entrepreneurs often operate in highly complex and constrained environments and offer corporates and other businesses the opportunity to learn new ways of managing and leading. Meet the next crop of Disruptors: social entrepreneurs navigating the tensions between value and legality, profit and purpose, marketing and delivery, stakeholders and funders - constantly reinventing themselves and.

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