Even in the world of poverty and development, seduction sometimes works out OK.
Social entrepreneurs not only must understand the broad environment in which they work, but also must shape those environments to support their goals, when feasible. Borrowing insights from the field of ecology, the authors offer an ecosystems framework to help social entrepreneurs create long-lasting and significant social change.
Many southern-hemisphere social enterprises excel at planning, scaling, and extending their influence—important lessons for the rest of the world.
For those looking to expand their employment options, nonprofit consulting may be the perfect option for your skills.
Much good can be done under the guise of “social entrepreneurship,” but that doesn’t excuse our collective failure to acknowledge its limitations.