Soziale Wirkungsmessung Im Social Entrepreneurship

Author: Lars Repp
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3658030100
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Soziale Wirkungsmessung Im Social Entrepreneurship from the Author: Lars Repp. ​Wie kann soziale Wirkung gemessen oder bewertet werden? Die Frage der Konzeption, Durchführung und Nutzung sozialer Wirkungsmessung stellt Social Entrepreneure, PraktikerInnen und WissenschaftlerInnen vor viele Herausforderungen. Lars Repp diskutiert das Konzept des Social Entrepreneurship und das der Wirkungsmessung im Sozialunternehmertum. Er untersucht empirisch, welche Probleme und Herausforderungen Experten und Social Entrepreneure in Bezug auf die Wirkungsmessung erleben. Auf der Grundlage qualitativer Interviews diskutiert er mögliche Implikationen für die Weiterentwicklung sozialer Wirkungsmessung.

Reporting Im Social Entrepreneurship

Author: Barbara Roder
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3834961590
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Reporting Im Social Entrepreneurship from the Author: Barbara Roder. Barbara Roder entwickelt ein ganzheitliches Konzept fĂĽr die externe Unternehmensberichterstattung von Social Entrepreneurs. Dies ist ein erster Schritt hin zur Etablierung einer professionellen Berichterstattung und Wirkungsmessung im Social Entrepreneurship und damit zu einer effizienteren Ressourcenallokation im sozialen Sektor.

Social Entrepreneurship

Author: David Bornstein
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195396332
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Social Entrepreneurship from the Author: David Bornstein. 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

Author: Ryszard Praszkier
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139504339
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Social Entrepreneurship from the Author: Ryszard Praszkier. 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

Author: Petra Jähnke
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3531928198
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Social Entrepreneurship from the Author: Petra Jähnke.

Social Entrepreneurship

Author: Alex Nicholls
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191622958
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Social Entrepreneurship from the Author: Alex Nicholls. 'Social Entrepreneurship' is a term that has come to be applied to the activities of grass-roots activists, NGOs, policy makers, international institutions, and corporations, amongst others, which address a range of social issues in innovative and creative ways. Themed around the emerging agendas for developing new, sustainable models of social sector excellence and systemic impact, Social Entrepreneurship offers, for the first time, a wide-ranging, internationally-focused selection of cutting-edge work from leading academics, policy makers, and practitioners. Together they seek to clarify some of the ambiguity around this term, describe a range of social entrepreneurship projects, and establish a clear set of frameworks with which to understand it. Included in the volume are contributions from Muhammad Yunus, winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize and the father of microfinance, Geoff Mulgan, former head of the British prime minister's policy unit, and Bill Drayton, founder of the Ashoka network of social entrepreneurs. Jeff Skoll, founder of the Skoll Foundation, and first president of eBay, provides a preface. Alex Nicholls provides a substantial new preface to this paperback edition, reflecting on the latest developments in the study and practice of social entrepreneurship.

Social Entrepreneurship Begriff Beispiele Und Gesellschaftliche Bedeutung

Author: Michaela Vormoor
Publisher: diplom.de
ISBN: 3842821956
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Social Entrepreneurship Begriff Beispiele Und Gesellschaftliche Bedeutung from the Author: Michaela Vormoor. Inhaltsangabe:Einleitung: Money cannot buy great ideas . Mit diesen Worten betitelt Felix Oldenburg, als Hauptgeschäftsführer von Ashoka Deutschland, einer weltweit agierenden sozialen Organisation für Social Entrepreneurship, seine Rede zum Start von Ashoka in Skandinavien. Der Begriff Social Entrepreneur in seiner derzeit gültigen Form lässt sich mit dieser Aussage treffend beschreiben: Ein Social Entrepreneur hat es sich zur Aufgabe gemacht, die Welt zu verbessern und soziale Ungerechtigkeiten und Missstände auszugleichen. Er verfolgt eine soziale Mission, eine große Idee. Dabei wird, so die allgemein anerkannte Meinung, auf die Generierung von Profit verzichtet. Stattdessen erfolgt die Finanzierung über Spenden, Stiftungen oder auch durch ehrenamtliche Unterstützung. Geld ist zweitrangig und nur Mittel zum Zweck, um das soziale Ziel zu erreichen. Der Begriff Social Entrepreneurship ist erst seit wenigen Jahren in Deutschland bekannt und hat sich hier noch nicht vollständig etabliert, gewinnt aber immer mehr an Dynamik und Wichtigkeit. Ins Deutsche übersetzen lässt sich Social Entrepreneurship, bzw. Social Entrepreneur mit Sozialunternehmer bzw. Sozialer Kapitalist, allerdings existiert keine allgemein anerkannte Übersetzung. Dass diese Personengruppe eine soziale Mission haben und diese konsequent verfolgen ist unumstritten, aber ist der Verzicht auf Gewinn tatsächlich ein notwendiges Charakteristikum für einen Social Entrepreneur? Lässt sich die soziale Mission nicht mit dem klassischem Business vereinbaren? In der vorliegenden Arbeit wird versucht, diese Fragen zu beantworten. Dazu wird zunächst ein Überblick über die derzeit gültigen Definitionen von Social Entrepreneurship gegeben, um anschließend die Abgrenzung zum klassischen Unternehmen darzustellen. In diesem Zusammenhang werden auch die diversen möglichen Finanzierungsformen für Social Entrepreneurship angesprochen. Ein Exkurs in den Bereich der Wirtschaftsethik, genauer in die Unternehmensethik und die Darstellung, in welcher Form Ethik und Moral mit der Gewinnmaximierung erfolgreich kombiniert werden kann, gibt eine neue Sichtweise auf Social Entrepreneurship. Im weiteren Verlauf fokussiert sich die Arbeit auf die Situation von Social Entrepreneurship in Deutschland. Nach einem kurzen Beschreibung der Entwicklung in den vergangenen Jahren, werden anschließend die unterschiedlichen Formen von sozialem Kapitalismus an Hand von drei verschiedenen Persönlichkeiten dargestellt. [...]

Social Entrepreneurship

Author: Björn Bjerke
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1781006989
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Social Entrepreneurship from the Author: Björn Bjerke. 'A timely contribution to social entrepreneurship research from a Scandinavian view. Taking entrepreneurship as creative action in society as a whole, the authors counter widely held perceptions of (social) entrepreneurship: it is not an elite phenomenon but a form of action that we all engage in from time to time; it is not about system-changing disruptions but generally about small but real improvements in everyday life; it is not about autonomous action but about realizing freedom potential in societies where knowledge and learning have become essential for civic action.' – Rafael Ziegler, University of Greifswald, Germany 'This book offers an innovative, theory-driven account of social entrepreneurship that is located in new thinking around the constructs of community and "public" entrepreneurship. Bjerke and Karlsson draw on a wide range of sources to offer useful new insights and analyses of this emerging sector and contribute a variety of useful and challenging new models of the relationship between society, innovation, and politics. All in all, this represents a valuable addition to the growing theoretical literature on social innovation and entrepreneurship.' – Alex Nicholls, University of Oxford, UK This informative book examines some social entrepreneurs in practice in several countries whilst concentrating on entrepreneurs in the third sector. The authors call them citizen entrepreneurs. Such people are not only becoming more common but also more necessary in the world of today. Entrepreneurs are seen as people who aim 'to act as if and make a difference', that is, who act out of the ordinary and come up with noticeable solutions to various problems without being restricted by existing resources or possibilities. This book applies these criteria to citizen entrepreneurs, focusing on public entrepreneurs operating in public places. The authors conduct in-depth case studies to examine these public entrepreneurs thoroughly and offer some theoretical reflections on social entrepreneurship. Students and researchers studying social entrepreneurship will find this book of great interest. Social entrepreneurs and practitioners would also benefit considerably from this enriching resource.

Social Entrepreneurship

Author: Chao Guo
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118844173
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Social Entrepreneurship from the Author: Chao Guo. Social entrepreneurship explained Social entrepreneurship is a hot topic in public and non-profit management. Organizations everywhere are looking for innovative ways to respond to financial, social, and regulatory pressures. The next generation of transformative leaders will be risk takers who know how to face even the biggest challenges using market-driven strategies that get results. This book contains everything students and professionals need to know about the cutting-edge practice of social entrepreneurship. In Social Entrepreneurship, you'll learn how to read markets and environments to identify opportunities for entrepreneurial activity. Then, the authors show to convert opportunities into successful ventures: one-time initiatives, ongoing programs and new, mission-driven organizations are all covered. Sector-specific strategies and recommendations guide readers directly to the techniques that will have the biggest impact. Employs an evidence-based approach to help organizations achieve goals more efficiently Offers advice on taking advantage of new technologies and untapped resources using the most current approaches Written by renowned experts in the field of social entrepreneurship Authors Guo and Bielefeld have been instrumental in advancing the study of social entrepreneurship, and they understand the trends and currents in the field. They bring readers up to date and ready them to begin implementing changes that really make a difference. In non-profits and government, leadership is already becoming synonymous with social entrepreneurship, and this book is its foundation.