Management for Social Enterprise
SAGE Publications, Apr 1, 2009 - Business & Economics - 246 pages
Management for Social Enterprise overviews the key business topics required by social entrepreneurs, and managers in social enterprises, with perspectives on strategy, finance, ethics, governance, marketing, and people management. Written in direct, accessible language by a team of authors currently teaching and researching in this sector, each chapter is fully supported with useful resources. Chapters include brief overviews, further reading, suggested web resources and, importantly, international case studies, drawing on real-life business examples.
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1 INTRODUCTION TO THE LANDSCAPE FOR SOCIAL ENTERPRISES
2 SOCIAL ENTERPRISES IN CONTEXT THE STORY SO FAR
3 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT FOR SOCIAL ENTERPRISES
4 MANAGING PEOPLE IN A SOCIAL ENTERPRISE ENVIRONMENT
5 SOCIAL ENTERPRISES AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
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