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Social Entrepreneurship ModuleSocial Entrepreneurship Moduleby Paul Godfrey
Product Type: Module Publication Date: 05/2013 Product ID#: 1-429-341 Length: 82pagesCore Disciplines: Base of the Pyramid; Entrepreneurship & Innovation; International Business; Leadership/Organizational Behavior; Social Enterprise (Social Entrepreneurship); Social Impact; Strategy & ManagementPREVIEWTEACHING NOTE: Available to Registered Educators. Please login to view it.DESCRIPTION: This module uses a series of six cases surrounding three examples of social entrepreneurship in very different organizations: Fundación Paraguaya (FP), Kinder, Lyndenberg, and Domini (KLD), and Community Enterprise Solutions (CE Solutions). The cases consider both the organizations and the entrepreneurs who run them. The module provides students with several perspectives from which to view social innovation and entrepreneurship in a variety of sectors, including financial services, education, and community development. Students can examine the organizational challenges of making it work, donor demands for accountability and measurement, and the personal views and philosophies of the founding entrepreneur. By looking at the several organizations through a number of lenses, students gain a depth of understanding not achievable with a stand-alone case. The flexibility of the module appeals to instructors. Additionally, the module provides several opportunities for student evaluation.
TEACHING POINTS: 1. Understand how values, strategic goals, and tactical decision-making contribute to successful social entrepreneurship.2. Appreciate and articulate the difficulties involved in replicating social ventures into new contexts, even within the same country.3. Recognize the philosophical issues and technical difficulties involved in assessing social return on investment (SROI).4. Identify key values, imbuing events, and processes in the creation of a social entrepreneur and the ensuing venture. Students have the opportunity to examine their own lives and values systems for similar events and processes