| | 15 Lecciones

  •     |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Defining social entrepreneurship
    • What is a social entrepreneur?
    • What challenges do you encounter as a social entrepreneur?
    • What is the role of philanthropy in social development?
  • 11:42    |    
    Social entrepreneurship strategy
    • What are some of the metrics that you use to evaluate your day to day success?
    • How do you keep creative and maintain innovation in dealing with risk and uncertainty?
  • 24:55    |    
    The differences of the field
    • What alternate impacts have you found in your career?
    • What brought you to the untraditional space of social entrepreneurship? What rewards have you received?
    • What keeps you up at night?
  • 44:16    |    
    Questions from the audience
    • Is it difficult for social entrepreneurs to compete with other companies for talent?
    • What other needs besides water would your model be used for? (Phillip Wilson)
    • What is the biggest risk that you have taken with your company?
  • 53:54    |    
    Final comments
  • 54:26    |    
    Final credits

MIT GSW 2015: Social Entrepreneurship

  | 27 de marzo de 2015  | Vistas: 77

Comercio Emprendimiento Finanzas Startups

What is a social entrepreneur? In this discussion, five panelists define what it means to engage in the challenge of business with social impact. Social entrepreneurs seek to find financially sustainable ways to address problems that pertain to certain or all sectors of society. The challenges consist of maximizing not only profit, but also benefit to the population titers involved. This requires an elaborate set of goals, strategies and monitoring of indicators that are different to those of any other enterprise. Excellent management skills and revenue-oriented thinking are key to sustaining both profit and relevant impact. Establishing a collaborative relationship with philanthropists and maintaining an attitude of persistent innovation is essential. In the end, this field attracts the best type of problems, the best type of people, and the greatest rewards. Andrés Botrán leads María Pacheco, Philip Wilson, Noam Angrist and Carter Powers in an enticing reflection on the entrepreneurial science of serving underserved needs.


María Pacheco es fundadora de Kiej de los Bosques y Wakami…

Empresario y administrador de empresas, fundador de Ecofiltro, una empresa social…


Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

Universidad Francisco Marroquín