Social entrepreneurship is sometimes described as the bridging field to help businesses be a force for good and impact the market positively while satisfying the triple bottom line and working on a "flourishing" business canvass (satisfying not only economic criteria but also environmental and social).
Social entrepreneurs are said to engage with all type of stakeholder to work succesfully with low access to resources, develop an in-depth awareness of their impact and support innovation that matters for all.
How can a culture of social entrepreneurship be encouraged?
How can schools help their students innovate socially?
How can organisation strategies, processes and resources align to build innovation capabilities?
Content updated 2019-09-25