The Guardian How social enterprises are combatting modern slavery The Guardian Social enterprises could offer a sustainable solution to the problem of economic vulnerability that ensnares people in modern slavery.
Sitting in a circle with mindfulness veterans, newcomers, and those in-between talking about what’s really alive for us. (Our friend Susan Kaiser Greenland on the "Unconference" at "Bridging the Hearts & Minds of Youth" Conference Feb 7-9.
Following the collapse of his own social business, Matthew Cain discusses what makes a social business fail (Five reasons #socents fail - "These aren't five lessons you'll find in traditional business books" http://t.co/iqKl1wuv4Y)...
The Guardian 'I believe the future of business is social' The Guardian Around a year ago, I voluntarily walked away from my secure career as an automotive engineer and gathered my savings to start up a social enterprise.
Many innovations tackling societal problems have developed online. Jon Kingsbury and Peter Baeck highlight rising stars (RT @tara: My husband @seanbonner is in the Guardian called out as a digital social innovator!
Today’s corporation exists in an increasingly complex and ever-shifting ocean of change. As a result, leaders need to rely more than ever on the intelligence and resourcefulness of their staff. Here are eight tips for collaborative leadership.
The Transition movement isn't the first idea/movement to grow rapidly and then wonder how to take the next step forward. Within the field of social enterprise, the question of scaling up is faced by many diverse enterprises and ...
The Guardian Open thread: are social enterprises becoming mainstream? The Guardian In recent years social enterprises have grown from service-based initiatives to businesses which impact all areas of society.