Prof. Edgard Barki, FGV-EAESP, explores how theory of change can be used to monitor social impact in a simple and effective way.
Business for the common good has never been as needed, debated and desired as now. A spotlight on Social Enterprise – challenges and opportunities in a new world context with Profs. Concepción Galdón, Sheila M. Cannon, Edgard Barki, Adrian Zicari and a successful social entrepreneur, Paula Cardenau
Prof. Savita Shankar, University of Pennsylvania, looks into social entrepreneurship in Asia and the difference with Western social enterprises.
Profs Mario Aquino Alves, Eduardo Diniz and colleagues at FGV-EAESP, look at the Instituo Palmas and its digital social money initiative in Brazil.
Fiza Farhan and the streak of rebelliousness that gets you far: A streak of rebellion gets you far – advisor to the UN, social entrepreneur and spokeswoman on women’s rights and societal issues, Fiza Farhan, Warwick Business School Alumna, tells her story
Mission success represents the single greatest achievement for any organisation. But as nonprofits approach the end of their successful mission, the question of what will happen after looms into mind. Is closure an inevitable next step?
Prof. Sheila M. Cannon shares an innovation in education at Trinity Business School: Fair Supply Chains and Business Education.
Global Voice magazine #15: 100 pages of insights on CSR, leadership, management, healthcare, business education, entrepreneurship and social enterprise
Professors Tina Saebi, Norwegian School of Economics, Nicolai Foss of the Copenhagen Business School and Stefan Linder of ESSEC Business School take us on a quest to find the missing pieces that will aid and redirect the course of research on social enterprise.
The Environmental and Social Sustainability of Social Enterprise