Entrepreneurship in the social sectorAuthor: Wei-Skillern, Jane ; Austin, James E. ; Stevenson, HowardPublisher: Sage, 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 407 p. : Graphs/Photos ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781412951371Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Entrepreneurship in the social sector Entrepreneurship in the social sector Acknowledgments Preface A Note to Instructors Chapter 1 Social Entrepreneurship: Need and Opportunity A Changing Context and Emerging Opportunities Social Entrepreneurship Defined Objectives and Structure of the Book Chapter 2 The Social Entrepreneurial Process Commercial Entrepreneurship Model Toward a New Framework People and Capital Context Opportunity A Framework for Social Entrepreneurship Implications for Practice Centrality of the Social Value Proposition Organizational Alignment Organizational Boundaries Case Studies Case 2.1 : Steve Mariotti and NFTE Case 2.2: The September 11th Fund: The Creation Chapter 3 Navigating the Philanthropic Labyrinth The Sources of Philanthropic Funding The Uses of Philanthropic Funding Social Venture Philanthropy Financial Capital Markets ephilanthropy Mobilizing People At the Heart of It All: The Value Proposition Case Studies Case 3.1: Peninsula Community Foundation Case 3.2: New Schools Venture Fund Chapter 4 Earning Your Own Way The Magnitude of Earned Income Activities Portfolio Management Mission Relatedness Financial Contribution Leveraging Key Assets Organizational Form and Capacity Case Studies Case 4.1: IPODERAC Case 4.2: Newman's Own, Enc. Chapter 5 Crafting Alliances Alliance Trends Increased Competition Demand for Efficiency Heightened Concerns About Effectiveness Alliance Strategy Focus on Mission and Vision Clarify Roles Define Values Invest for Impact Case Studies Case 5.1: Guide Dogs for the Blind Association Case 5.2: KaBOOM! Chapter 6 Managing Growth Social Enterprise Growth in Context Why Grow? Challenges to Growth Management Challenges Resource Challenges Formulating a Growth Plan What to Grow How to Grow Dissemination Affiliation Branching Affiliation or Branching? Or Both? Case Studies Case 6.1 :STRIVE Case 6.2: Sustainable Conservation- Where Next? Chapter 7 Measuring Performance Accountability and Performance Building Systems for Measuring and Managing Performance The Organizational Boundary, the Data Horizon, and the "Domain of Cherished Theory" Focusing on Results Administration Results Management Program Evaluation How Far Out Should We Push the Normal Data Horizon? "Client Satisfaction" as a Measure of Organizational Effectiveness or Success Thinking Through an Example of Performance Measurement and Management Performance, Execution, and Planning A Simple "Balanced Scorecard" Framework for Social Enterprises Using the Performance Management Framework to Create Alignment and Build Strategy Case Studies Case 7.1: The National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Case 7.2: Playgrounds and Performance: Results Management at KaBOOM! Index About the Authors
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