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In this chapter, the basic concept of organizational culture is reviewed and key characteristics of business and non profit cultures are identified.
This workbook will enable you to develop the backbone of your HR management plan by helping you map out when and how to bring new team members on board. It will address the following questions:
The theme of the Social Enterprise Analytical Model workbook introduces an analytical process specific to social enterprises (NPO/ Co-op) and is intended for financiers, analysts, coaches,...
Managementhelp.org has a valuable library of resources on social...
This resource uses real life stories of practical, on-the-ground initiatives providing advice to organizations on effective social enterprise development.
A brief article by David LePage on assessing organisational readiness for a Social Enterprise.
This helpful document outlines a purposeful and step-by-step approach to hiring a social enterprise consultant to increase your chances of hiring the right person for the work you have...
Doing Well While Doing Good shares our insights as to why some organizations are more successful than others at developing viable social purpose enterprises.
What is entrepreneurial thinking? Can it be learned? The ability to think differently may not be recognized as one of the required elements of success when assuming the social enterprise model.
As social enterprises move through planning, development, launch and operations, having the right people in place is key to the overall success of the venture.
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