Thursday links on social entrepreneurship & nonprofit innovation.
To help me keep my thoughts in order and to keep my readers up to date, I have started this post to bring together the important links on social entrepreneurship over the last couple weeks. There is going to be a great mix of articles and blogs from all over the internet, social entrepreneurship is in many forms. Every other Thursday I will post a few links from the web I have come across during the week.
What has happened the past couple of weeks in social entrepreneurship:
Growth in the Nonprofit Sector
This article discusses the place of government in limiting the amount of new nonprofits formed.
Nonprofit vs. Small Business
This article explains the possibility of return on investment in the nonprofit sector.
Small businesses and nonprofits are a lot alike.
An article about the differences in nonprofits and business, although many nonprofits take on some businesslike operations.
Philanthrocapitalism, is it good or bad for the nonprofit sector? Another skeptic about businesses taking on nonprofit ventures.
Examples of great social entrepreneurs.
A great example of what social entrepreneurs are doing in the nonprofit sector.
Social venture and youth.
Keeping your social entrepreneurship sustainable.
An entrepreneurs take on being effective…you have to do it.
An article about the UK’s social enterprise sector and how to get involved in social enterprise yourself.
A podcast on creating a strong nonprofit brand.
Mission based Innovation
A podcast about missions that inspire.
This article discusses social enterprise in the world of technology. Techsoup is a great example.
A great article about developing the habit of action and taking action now.
As a Millennial you sometimes have to go with what you think is best. Baby Boomers have good advice, but it’s not always the right advice.