David and Goliath Revisited: Partnerships between Social Entrepreneurs and Big Business
Thu, March 29, 2012; 14:30 - 16:00
Location: Lecture Theatre 4
How do successful partnerships between social entrepreneurs and big business get going? What are the essential building blocks involved? What are the tensions that might arise moving forward? This session is one of two sessions that will examine four different partnerships from the perspective of each partner. Be prepared to learn, laugh and be inspired to stick with or kick-start a new collaboration.
Written by Pamela Hartigan:
- They Think They Know the Future
- They Are Propelled by Emotion
- They Are Insanely Ambitious
- They Want to Change the System
- Orlando Rincón Bonilla
- From Social Activist to Disruptive Innovator
- What Makes Them Unreasonable?
- Ten Characteristics of Successful Social Entrepreneurs
- Who Are These Social Entrepreneurs?
- Roots of Unreason, Sources of Power
Featuring Pamela Hartigan:
- The Age Before Impossible: Young Voices, Big Dreams
- Global Development: What should we focus on and how will we measure success?
- Is the Traditional Role of a Teacher Outdated?
- The Founders' Challenge: To Scale And Keep The Vision Alive | SWF2014
- Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship 2013 Day Two Morning Plenary
- Pamela Hartigan - 2013 Skoll World Forum - Day 2 Welcoming Remarks
- Morning Plenary 2012
- Pamela Hartigan at the Morning Plenary of the Skoll World Forum
- Pamela Hartigan speaks at the closing plenary of the Skoll World Forum 2011
- Pamela Hartigan on an ecosystem approach to issues
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Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship