Effective Management of Social Enterprises: Lessons from Businesses and Civil Society Organizations in Iberoamerica: A collabotative research project of the Social Enterprise Knowledge Network

Loretta Serrano, Monica Bose, Daniel Arenas, Gabriel Berger, Patricia Márquez, Gerardo Lozano, Elsa Del Castillo, João Teixeira Pires, Elidia Novaes, Forrest Colburn, Alfred Vernis, Enrique Ogliastri, Mladen Koljatic, Roberto Gutiérrez, Juliano Flores, Josefina Bruni Celli, Francisco A. Leguizamón, Red de Conocimiento sobre Emprendimientos Sociales (SEKN), Mónica Silva, Iván Darío LoboEzequiel Reficco, Mateo Lesizza, Diana Trujillo, Andrea Prado, Paulo de Rocha Borba, James Austin, Rosa María Fischer

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Resumen

The core purpose of social enterprise is to create value for the betterment of society. This aim lies at the center of the framework and is the end toward which all other elements in the framework must contribute. Greater alignment of these elements with the central purpose produces higher organizational coherence which contributes to superior performance.
Idioma originalInglés
Lugar de publicaciónUnited States of America
EditorialHarvard University. David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies and Inter-American Development Bank
ISBN (versión impresa)978-0-674-02123-5, 0-674-02123-1
EstadoPublicada - 1 ene. 2006

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