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Category Archives: social impact
Jyoti Sharma has written a thought-provoking blog in The Stanford Social Innovation Review entitled, “A Neoliberal Takeover of Social Entrepreneurship?“. Although I take issue with the the focus on neoliberalism as a destructive force, I agree with the importance of hybrid … Continue reading →
Much has been written about the growing size and influence of impact investing for social enterprises. I don’t disagree with the data or the pundits but is there too much marketing hype? Will the good news ultimately blind the social finance movement … Continue reading →
A leader in the social enterprise field, Pamela Hartigan, has written a compelling blog entitled, “Why Social Entrepreneurship has become a distraction: it’s mainstream capitalism that needs change”. It is a clarion call. See what you think.
At the risk of sounding like a nerd, I found myself taken this weekend by an article in Stanford Social Innovation Review on impact measurement. It is entitled, “The Next Frontier in Social Impact Measurement Isn’t Measurement at All”. The authors, … Continue reading →