Mobilising Underutilised Assets To Realise Social And Environmental Value 8. Moving From Top Down To Bottom Up Strategies
Fri, March 31, 2006; 11:00 - 12:15
After a day on finance, we return to the themes of our opening keynote address. One of the distinctive attributes of social entrepreneurs is their ability to identify and mobilise very different kinds of assets – human, social and cultural. These case studies examine the ways social entrepreneurs can couple new financial resources with other assets and put both in the service of their mission and pursuit of social and environmental value.
Written by Susan Davis:
- When is ‘sustainability’ the wrong goal?
- The crucial difference between scale and impact
- The art of impact evaluation: What can and cannot be counted.
- From SROI to Pulse and IRIS: The evolution of impact evaluation
- How to evaluate social impact? Part 2: It’s even harder when it’s long term!
- How to evaluate social impact? Part 1: Some challenges.
- Challenges of building cross-sector solutions
- From social enterprise to impact investing
- The global emergence of social enterprise
- How do social entrepreneurs finance their ideas?
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