Social Enterprise Journal

Category:

Enterprise and Innovation

Table Of Contents: Volume 14 Issue 3

Lean Startup for social impact

Kathryn Semcow, Jenny Knowles Morrison

This paper aims to explore an adaptation of the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps (I-CorpsTM) program, which uses the Lean Startup methodology to help STEM…

Exploring social enterprise leadership development through phenomenological analysis

Emerald Jay D. Ilac

The purpose of this paper is to construct a theorized leadership development model for social enterprises based on the experiences of its current leaders, highlighting…

Social entrepreneurship and sense-making: evidence from the Global Social Benefit Institute

Omid Sabbaghi, Gerald F. Cavanagh, S.J.

The study aims to provide an empirical investigation of social enterprises in the context of experiential learning. Specifically, the study aims to investigate the…

Prone to “care”?

Anne Laure Humbert, Muhammad Azam Roomi

Little attention has been given specifically to the experience of women social entrepreneurs despite the assumption they are prone to “care”, and even less to their…

Communicating a social agenda within HEIs: the role of the social enterprise mark

Emma Sutton, Morven McEachern, Kevin Kane

By using the lens of the social enterprise mark (SEM) accreditation which enables social enterprises to “prove” that the interests of people and planet are put before…

Systemic innovation labs: a lab for wicked problems

Sharon Zivkovic

The purpose of this paper is to question the appropriateness of current lab types for addressing wicked problems. A new lab type, a Systemic Innovation Lab, is proposed…

Local geographies of developing country social enterprises

Nimruji Jammulamadaka, Kamalika Chakraborty

This paper aims to examine the geographic distribution of social enterprises at the local sub-district level in one Indian state.

ISSN:

1750-8614

Online date, start – end:

2005

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Simon Teasdale