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📒Social Entrepreneurship ✍ Robert Gunn
✏Social Entrepreneurship Book Summary : Robert Gunn is a lecturer in social policy and social work at the University of York, UK. He is a former probation officer and qualified social worker, and was closely associated with third sector organizations in a community development role. --
📒A Research Agenda For Social Entrepreneurship ✍ Anne de Bruin
✏A Research Agenda for Social Entrepreneurship Book Summary : In the last two decades social entrepreneurship has grown in energy and impact as entrepreneurial spirit has increasingly turned to finding solutions for social, cultural and environmental issues. As social entrepreneurship has grown in popularity, so too has its academic study. A Research Agenda for Social Entrepreneurship brings together contributions from developing paths in the field to signpost the directions ahead for the study of social entrepreneurship.
📒Social Entrepreneurship ✍ Ryszard Praszkier
✏Social Entrepreneurship Book Summary : Social Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice is about the creative ways in which social entrepreneurs solve pressing and insurmountable social problems. Theories of social change are presented to help demystify the 'magic' of making an immense, yet durable and irreversible, social impact. Utilizing case studies drawn from various fields and all over the world, the authors document how social entrepreneurs foster bottom-up change that empowers people and societies. They also review the specific personality traits of social entrepreneurs and introduce the new kind of leadership they represent. This book will be valuable to undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students, while remaining accessible to non-academic readers thanks to its clear language, illustrative case studies and guidelines on how to become a successful social entrepreneur.
📒Social Entrepreneurship ✍ Anders Lundström
✏Social Entrepreneurship Book Summary : This contributed volume features state-of-the-art research from ten different countries on implementation, institutionalization and the future prospects of social entrepreneurship. This volume aims at bringing together research that considers the context of economy, politics and cultural issues combining with the needs of social and human development. By conceptualizing the notion of social entrepreneurship and societal entrepreneurship, this volume aims to disseminate the numerous streams of research and theory of social entrepreneurship to educators, libraries, scholars, non-profit researchers, public policy makers, practitioners, undergraduate and graduate students, and any organization or person interested in staying abreast of advances in this area. It is also an important reference book for teachers, students and faculty interested in conducting research or teaching social entrepreneurship.
📒Social Entrepreneurship ✍ David Bornstein
✏Social Entrepreneurship Book Summary : In a book presented in a Q-and-A format, the authors explain what social entrepreneurs are, how their organizations function, what challenges they face and how readers can get involved in the efforts that social entrepreneurs are spearheading. Cowritten by the author of How to Change the World. Original.
📒Social Entrepreneurship ✍ Thomas S. Lyons
✏Social Entrepreneurship Book Summary : 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 that can do well and do good. * Useful examples of how successful social entrepreneurship enterprises develop marketing plans and promote themselves with integrity * Models for exemplary performance measurement * A concluding chapter in each volume that summarizes and focuses the insights offered * Contributions from the leading practitioners and scholars in the field of social entrepreneurship * Graphics that illustrate and illuminate key points, facilitating comprehension * A glossary of terms to assist students and lay readers
📒Social Entrepreneurship ✍ Pascal Dey
✏Social Entrepreneurship Book Summary : Pascal Dey and Chris Steyaert provide a timely critique on the idea of social entrepreneurship and its reputation as a means for positive social change. The book uses different traditions and modes of critique to interrogate, disrupt and reimagine the concept of social entrepreneurship.
✏Creating Business Value and Competitive Advantage With Social Entrepreneurship Book Summary : The field of social entrepreneurship is attracting attention from multiple industries. Social entrepreneurs are responsible for finding ways to creatively contribute to society by providing affordable products and services. Creating Business Value and Competitive Advantage With Social Entrepreneurship is a useful scholarly resource that examines the broad topic of social entrepreneurship by looking at relevant theoretical frameworks and fundamental terms. Focused on topics such as creating business value, promoting social entrepreneurship, and enacting programs of social change, this book provides the latest research and practical solutions concerning social entrepreneurship. The source proves valuable to academicians, researchers, entrepreneurship practitioners, and individuals interested in learning more about social entrepreneurship.
📒The New Social Entrepreneurship ✍ Francesco Perrini
✏The New Social Entrepreneurship Book Summary : This book aims to define a novel conception of what social entrepreneurship (SE) actually is, and what it is not, starting from a sharp and focused vision of SE: it entails innovations designed to explicitly improve societal well-being, housed within entrepreneurial organizations, which initiate change in society. In so doing, it provides a critical and comprehensive framework for current and future research in the area. Francesco Perrini adopts a novel approach to the SE phenomenon, considering it as a dynamic process created and managed by innovative social entrepreneur (an individual or team) who strives to create new social values in the market and community at large. By now SE has attained a wider and more enthusiastic acceptance in corporate thinking and practice than in the literature. This double line of reasoning, partly theoretical and partly practitioner-based, drives the bottom line of the book. In the first part The New Social Entrepreneurship looks for a consistent answer to a muddle of still-unresolved questions: How can SE be defined? How can SEVs be identified? What are the main dimensions along which organizations vary and what factors lead to success? What does success mean? Does the way in which an SEV is designed matter? Does it make sense to talk about a social business plan? Is an SEV aligned with traditional sources of financing? And so on. In the second part, the book changes perspective, examining several practical examples of how perspectives on SE are translated into concrete phenomena: 'LocalFeed', CafeDirect, The Sekem Initiative, Teleserinita, the NYC Watershed Agreement, and sustainable tourism in Turkey and so on. They illustrate theoretical frameworks, each enlightening specific aspects of SE and making theory and practice comparisons.
📒Social Entrepreneurship ✍ Terri D. Barreiro
✏Social Entrepreneurship Book Summary : This book provides a guided deep dive into the early stages of venture development of social entrepreneurship. It introduces concepts that provide important insights necessary for social venture success. It introduces a set of entrepreneurial tools designed for the unique set of challenges faced in selecting and designing social entrepreneurial ventures. With this book as a guide the reader can develop a feasible venture concept and communicate it effectively. A passion to address social or environmental issues is the motivation for a growing number of entrepreneurs. Yet, effective approaches addressing these societal issues can be difficult to discern. Approaches cannot be well formulated using the traditional market placed based framework of traditional entrepreneurship. For example, traditional market and target market analyses miss important aspects of potential customer behavior. Cultural traditions, family structures and community norms significantly influence human behavior. Without the knowledge about a specific community the missing perspective is too often discovered too late in the process. Undiscovered competitors, cultural practices that block adoption and home-made alternatives can result in the demise of a start-up. This book introduces concepts that frame new ways to approach information gathering and analysis for social entrepreneurial ideas. The book provides the reader guidance on: How to move from heart tugging issues to social entrepreneurial opportunities with high potential How to understand and assess the societal and policy environment in which the opportunity would be implemented How to analyze and select the best approaches for that circumstance How to frame a results focused approach And how to communicate the product or new approach to gain investors, grants and community engagement