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Social Entrepreneurship and Societal Transformation

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Kheprw Institute

3549 Boulevard Pl

Indianapolis, IN 46208

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Can social enterprises fundamentally transform our economic, political and cultural systems for poor and marginalized groups?

Join us for an learning seminar facilitated by KI's newest social enterprise Scarabys Consulting. We will draw out key lessons from "Social Entrepreneurship and Societal Transformation" a Harvard University study by Sarah H. Alvord, L. David Brown and Christine W. Letts.

They examine 7 successful social enterprises that impacted large numbers of people from across the world. In this session we will learn:
  • 3 Definitions of Social Entrepreneurship
  • 3 Models for Successful Enterprises
    • Building Local Capacity
    • Disseminating a Package of Innovations
    • Building a Movement
  • Mobilizing Existing Assets of Marginalized Groups
  • Sustainability through Systematic Organizational Learning
  • Bridging Capacity of Leaders and Operational Systems
  • 3 Models for Scaling Up
    • Expanding Coverage to More People
    • Expanding Services to Current Stakeholder
    • Building Alliances
  • 3 Areas of Leverage for Societal Transformation
    • Economic
    • Cultural
    • Political
Registration is limited to 7 to maintain an intimate and engaging learning experience. All registrants will get a +1 to bring a friend or colleague and dinner is included.


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