Importance Of Social Entrepreneurship

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dela Cruz, Kathy B.
Social Entrepreneurship


Getting Beyond Better:
How Social Entrepreneurship Works by: Roger L. Martin and Sally Osberg

Publisher: Harvard Business Review Press
Place of publication: United States of America
Date of publication: Set 15, 2015


Roger L. Martin is a writer, adviser, and a former Dean, and is the current institute director of the Martin Prosperity Institute and the Michael Lee-Chin Family Institute for Corporate Citizenship at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto in Canada. He received his AB degree from Harvard College, with a concentration in Economics in 1979, and his MBA degree from the Harvard Business School in 1981. He has written and published 10 books in total and 24 business review articles. He has already accepted quite a number of awards from different organizations in recognition of his works. His research work is composed of Integrative Thinking, Business Design, Strategy, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Country Competitiveness. He is recognized as one of the business field’s most important thinkers. Aside from his teaching profession, Martin also served on several boards, including Thomson Reuters Corporation, the Skoll Foundation and Tennis Canada. He was also previously a director of BlackBerry Ltd for 6 years from 2007 – 2013. His largest contribution for the business field is his work for integrative thinking and design thinking theories which are being used by some of

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