The Mission Driven Venture

Author by : Marc J. Lane
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Total Read : 36
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Description : Practical guidance to maximize financial results while driving positive social change The Mission-Driven Venture provides actionable guidance for leveraging the power of the marketplace to solve the world's most vexing social problems. Written by attorney and financial advisor Marc J. Lane, a renowned thought leader and expert on entrepreneurship, social enterprises, impact investing and entrepreneurial finance, this book reaches the full spectrum of interests represented at the intersection of business and social change. Whether a social entrepreneur, impact investor, socially conscious individual, or a nonprofit or foundation leader, any reader committed to social innovation can benefit from this practical roadmap to the rapidly developing arena of social enterprise. Through real-world accounts of the journeys and successes of mission-driven ventures, Lane effectively illustrates the transformative potential of social enterprise, inspiring the reader to be an agent of change. Among the many tools offered through The Mission-Driven Venture, readers will: Find functional guidance to move from idea to reality with a step-by-step guide to designing and implementing a successful mission-driven venture Assess the benefits and challenges of the business models and entity choices available to the social entrepreneur Examine the entrepreneurial linkages between nonprofits and for-profits Recognize governance issues that can arise when mission and profit objectives clash, and discover tools for managing them Explore evolving trends and developments in financing social enterprise Discover methods and tools for measuring and reporting social impact Develop an effective strategy for achieving both financial success and meaningful social impact


Entrepreneurial New Venture Skills

Author by : Robert N. Lussier
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Total Read : 54
Total Download : 513
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Description : As business schools expand their entrepreneurship programs and organizations seek people with entrepreneurial skills, it has become clear that the skills and mindset of an entrepreneur are highly valued in all business contexts. This latest edition of Entrepreneurial New Venture Skills continues to focus on helping students develop entrepreneurial skills, whether they seek to become entrepreneurs or employees. Focusing on the entrepreneurial start-up process, the third edition of Entrepreneurial New Venture Skills takes the reader through the steps of selecting, planning, financing, and controlling the new venture. The authors cover multiple forms of new ventures, as well as ways to utilize entrepreneurial skills in other contexts, encouraging students to engage with the material and apply it to their lives in ways that make sense for them. Skill development features include: Entrepreneurial profiles of small business owners Personal applications for students to apply questions to their new venture or a current business Global and domestic cases Elevator pitch assignments, which put students in the venture capitalist position Application exercises and situations covering specific text concepts Business plan prompts to help students construct a business plan over the course of a semester Featuring pedagogical tools like review questions and learning outcomes, and a full companion website that expands upon skill development and offers instructor resources, the third edition of Entrepreneurial New Venture Skills is the perfect resource for instructors and students of entrepreneurship.


Social Entrepreneurs

Author by : Marcus Thompson
Languange : en
Publisher by :
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Total Read : 45
Total Download : 858
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Collaborative Capitalism And The Rise Of Impact Investing

Author by : Cathy Clark
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Total Read : 99
Total Download : 850
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Description : Investing with the explicit goal of creating financial returnsalongside measurable social and environmental benefits is catchingfire. Wall Street's biggest players are rushing to provide clientswith access to new impact investing options, amid growing consumerdemand and evidence that the approach can be successfully executed.Recent research on outstanding impact investing funds has revealeda mature practice, vibrant with commercial investors, providingstable, predictable returns to their investors as well assupporting the creation of millions of jobs and other tangibleoutcomes in markets overlooked by traditional asset managers. And yet, the individuals and organizations committed to impactinvesting are just the tip of the iceberg in a larger movement.This includes the growing field of social enterprise, wheremarket-based solutions can go beyond what government andphilanthropy can do to directly address society's problems. And itincludes institutional investors who have utilized impact screensand shareholder activism as a risk reduction strategy over the past30 years. Collaborative Capitalism and the Rise of ImpactInvesting sees these movements as signs of a much morefundamental shift, as finance as a whole responds to an increasedconsumer demand for market transparency—the need to knowexactly what we are buying, where and how it was made, and who itaffects. By putting a lens on the underlying practices that bridgeimpact investing and risk mitigation finance, the book outlines thetransformation in finance itself, driven by more cross-sector,transparent relationships in the service of creating long-termvalue for multiple stakeholders, not just shareholders.


The Art Of Social Enterprise

Author by : Carl Frankel
Languange : en
Publisher by : New Society Publishers
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Total Read : 92
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Description : Mission driven—business as a vehicle for change. The current business-for-profit model rewards short-term thinking, narrow self-interest, and a social-and-environmental-costs-be-damned attitude. Non-profits, while more focused on the greater good, tend to be inherently resource-challenged and rely on increasingly scarce grants and donations to sustain their existence. Social enterprise is an exciting, blended model driven by the desire to create positive change through entrepreneurial activities. The Art of Social Enterprise is a practical guide which supplies everything you need to know about the mechanics of social entrepreneurship including: Startup – envisioning and manifesting intention Strategic planning – balancing social and monetary value Maintaining an even keel despite the inevitable challenges associated with being an entrepreneur. This valuable resource also provides an unparalleled legal perspective to help you take advantage of established legal organizational forms, recent statutory creations, contract hybrids, certification programs and more. Aimed at emerging as well as established social entrepreneurs, for-profit leaders who want to introduce an element of social responsibility into their companies, and non-profit organizations who want to increase their stability by generating income, The Art of Social Enterprise is the definitive guide to doing well while doing good.


Family Legacy And Leadership

Author by : Mark Daniell
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley and Sons
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Total Read : 11
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Description : Hamilton and Daniell have creatively taught us how to weavetogether the threads of lineage that create family legacy. Theyhave also clarified the vision of what family leaders look like whoare the master weavers of such threads. This all leads towardteaching us how to create and guide our families, and those weserve, to seven and more generations of successful, generative andflourishing lives as individuals and as family. We owe their work adeep debt of gratitude and a bow of appreciation. James (Jay) E. Hughes, Jr. Author, Family: The Compact Among Generations Mark Daniell and Sara Hamilton have written a book that willbecome a real reference for families wishing to establish along-term strategy for building an enduring legacy for generations.It contains a wealth of ideas, strategy prescriptions, casehistories, and anecdotes that will give the family leader andmembers of the “tribe” a true guide to building asystem that will endure the test of time. I recommend it tofamilies in Asia and beyond. Dr. Victor K. Fung Chairman, Li & Fung Group This is a superb book––unique and full ofexamples––on the vision of legacy and the role offamily leadership. It is also a comprehensive guide to riskmanagement with a special spirit for wise risk-taking. Daniell andHamilton draw on the unique experience of the Family OfficeExchange and its many hundreds of members and scores of studies todefine the role of family leadership more fully and inspiringlythan ever. This book makes the challenges vivid and the path clearfor successful families to preserve both their wealth and theirpurpose. John L. Ward Principal, The Family Business Consulting Group Family Legacy and Leadership is an innovative, usefulblend of theory and practice; and of the hard and soft issues thatfamilies face. It offers ideas, insights, and tools that will helpfamilies of all types find their path through change. Melissa A. Berman President & CEO, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors


Getting To Scale

Author by : Jill Bamburg
Languange : en
Publisher by : ReadHowYouWant.com
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Total Read : 53
Total Download : 149
File Size : 47,5 Mb
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Description : Jill Bamburg has taken a question critical to the future of our society and found compelling answers. She has brought them to life with rich, well-researched stories. The question is this: how can mission-driven companies grow to the size needed to make a significant difference without selling out their values? She finds nine critical issues that must be managed well to do so, and documents the secrets of success in managing each of them. This book will help anyone struggling with preserving his or her values as an enterprise grows....After reading this book, entrepreneurs of mission-driven ventures will be able to grow their businesses, taking market share and profitability from businesses that are motivated by profit only. Students will learn that they can build a career that serves their values rather than compromising those values. People dreaming of building mission-driven enterprises will gain courage and insight from ---- Foreword by Gifford Pinchot III


Research Handbook Of Entrepreneurial Exit

Author by : Dawn R. DeTienne
Languange : en
Publisher by : Edward Elgar Publishing
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Total Read : 49
Total Download : 913
File Size : 47,8 Mb
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Description : With contributions from authors around the globe, Research Handbook of Entrepreneurial Exit explores this most important phenomenon in the entrepreneurial journey. This book presents a comprehensive review of the current issues in entrepreneurial exits


Mission Driven Media

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Publisher by :
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Total Read : 15
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The Non Nonprofit

Author by : Steve Rothschild
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Total Read : 51
Total Download : 762
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Description : A top business leader shares the business principles he used to launch both a top company and a thriving nonprofit Nonprofit leaders know that solving pervasive social problems requires passion and creativity as well as tangible results. The Non Nonprofit shares the same business principles that drive the world's best companies, showing how they can (and should) be applied to the realm of nonprofits. Steve Rothschild personally crossed sectors when he left corporate America to found Twin Cities RISE!, a highly successful poverty reduction program. His honest story, and success and missteps, create an essential roadmap for any social venture looking to prove and boost its impact. Distills essential nonprofit principles such as having a clear and appropriate purpose, creating economic value from social benefit, and establishing mutual accountability Shares successful approaches from innovative organizations such as Grameen Bank, Playworks, Common Ground, Habitat for Humanity, Lumni, Caring Bridge, College Summit and RISE! Draws from the author's success in founding and building Twin Cities RISE!, which trains unemployed Minnesotans for living wage jobs. RISE! serves 1,500 participants each year As insightful as it is inspiring, The Non Nonprofit can help maximize the positive impact of any nonprofit.