Gregory Dees: The Man Who Defined Social Entrepreneurship Businessweek In 1998, when Professor Gregory Dees wrote The Meaning of Social Entrepreneurship, the phrase was barely known, even by those running “social ventures” at the time.
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Reality 101 For Dreamers: Four Critical Lessons For Social Entrepreneurs Forbes Five years ago, I left the corporate world to pursue a social venture of my own – in this instance, a small consulting firm that chooses its clients carefully and...
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