chris_yapp@hotmail.co.uk   1             SOCIAL             ENTREPRENEURSHIP             MORE THAN A FAD?10 October       ...
Social Entrepreneurship2       Why?       Why now?       What have we learned?       What are the problems?       Whe...
Michael Young               Open University               Consumers’ Association               Which? Magazine         ...
19974
Cameron: Big Society                   “There is such a                    thing as Society. It’s                    just...
The Big Society..6                chris_yapp@hotmail.co.uk   10 October 2012
The Big Society7              Community                                         Private                          Public   ...
Why now?8       Silos of current organisations not agile       Large organisations weak on picking up early        signs...
How to fail as an Entrepreneur9       The Two Golden Rules         Passionwithout system         System without passion...
Social Entrepreneurs..10        Insight From Personal experience        Won’t take no for an answer        Driven?     ...
Margaret Mead11     A small group of thoughtful people could change       the world. Indeed, its the only thing that ever ...
12     Toffler’s Third Wave       Size of                         Information       Economy                     Industry  ...
Social Innovations of the Industrial Society13        Limited Liability Company        Co-op, Mutuals, Friendly societie...
The Reformers and17     Philanthropists        Andrew Carnegie        Joseph Rowntree        Cadburys        Wellcome ...
Outsourcing   Benefits              ProblemsSpecialist Providers   Contractual inflexibilityEconomies of Scale     Hollo...
Shamrock Organisation                        Source: Charles Handy
Community Sourcing                     Legal                   Legal                                        Council Servic...
Diabetes-Public Health        NHS               Council Services                                     VoluntaryCommunity   ...
Alzheimers Support                   Adult Social Care             NHS                             Voluntary              ...
Social Entrepreneurship: here to32     stay?        It’s always been there.        Response to globalisation        Res...
The Big Challenges33        Succession Planning        Organisational renewal        Rewarding the entrepreneur?      ...
The Final Word“Nothing fails in public  sector reform like  success”                           Matthew Taylor:            ...
Thank You!35        Twitter: @chris_yapp                   Blogs:        Email:                                 BCS   ...
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Social entrepreneurship: More than a Fad?

  1. 1. chris_yapp@hotmail.co.uk 1 SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP MORE THAN A FAD?10 October Dr Chris Yapp 2012
  2. 2. Social Entrepreneurship2  Why?  Why now?  What have we learned?  What are the problems?  Where next? chris_yapp@hotmail.co.uk 10 October 2012
  3. 3. Michael Young  Open University  Consumers’ Association  Which? Magazine  Language Line  & 40 others  School for Social Entrepreneurs  Action Learning
  4. 4. 19974
  5. 5. Cameron: Big Society  “There is such a thing as Society. It’s just not the same as the state”  “The cuts are my duty, the Big Society is my passion”October 12 Chris Yapp 5
  6. 6. The Big Society..6 chris_yapp@hotmail.co.uk 10 October 2012
  7. 7. The Big Society7 Community Private Public Business Citizen Voluntary
  8. 8. Why now?8  Silos of current organisations not agile  Large organisations weak on picking up early signs of change  Todays problems economy/society not addressed by current institutional arrangements  TRUST,TRUST,TRUST.. chris_yapp@hotmail.co.uk 10 October 2012
  9. 9. How to fail as an Entrepreneur9  The Two Golden Rules  Passionwithout system  System without passion Tom Peters 10/10/2012
  10. 10. Social Entrepreneurs..10  Insight From Personal experience  Won’t take no for an answer  Driven?  Passionate?  Oddball?  Unconventional?  Networkers? Would you want your son/daughter to marry one? chris_yapp@hotmail.co.uk 10 October 2012
  11. 11. Margaret Mead11 A small group of thoughtful people could change the world. Indeed, its the only thing that ever has. 10/10/2012
  12. 12. 12 Toffler’s Third Wave Size of Information Economy Industry KNOWLEDGE Agriculture CAPITAL LAND Time 1970 October 12
  13. 13. Social Innovations of the Industrial Society13  Limited Liability Company  Co-op, Mutuals, Friendly societies, Building societies  Trade Unions  Schools, Libraries, Museums, Modern University  Police, Fire Services  NHS  Local Authorities  …. 10/10/2012
  14. 14. The Reformers and17 Philanthropists  Andrew Carnegie  Joseph Rowntree  Cadburys  Wellcome  Nuffield  ...  Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation  Venture Philanthropy
  15. 15. Outsourcing Benefits  ProblemsSpecialist Providers Contractual inflexibilityEconomies of Scale Hollowed-out communities
  16. 16. Shamrock Organisation Source: Charles Handy
  17. 17. Community Sourcing Legal Legal Council Services Recruitment Recruitment Recruitment Accounting Accounting AccountingProperty Property LEP Business Local Start-up Employer Social Enterprise
  18. 18. Diabetes-Public Health NHS Council Services VoluntaryCommunity Services Site Pakistani CommunityCommunity Chelmsley Site Wood
  19. 19. Alzheimers Support Adult Social Care NHS Voluntary Services Community Site Community Site Carers Patient
  20. 20. Social Entrepreneurship: here to32 stay?  It’s always been there.  Response to globalisation  Response to societal complexity  Response to the Connected World  Weak signals of change from the front line..  Localism: Double Devolution..  Bottom up innovation then affiliation chris_yapp@hotmail.co.uk 10 October 2012
  21. 21. The Big Challenges33  Succession Planning  Organisational renewal  Rewarding the entrepreneur?  Public Sector Procurement  Action Learning in HE? Behaviour vs Skills? chris_yapp@hotmail.co.uk 10 October 2012
  22. 22. The Final Word“Nothing fails in public sector reform like success” Matthew Taylor: Former Head of Strategy No. 10
  23. 23. Thank You!35  Twitter: @chris_yapp  Blogs:  Email:  BCS chris_yapp@hotmail.co.  http://www.bcs.org/content/conBlog/2 uk 0  Skype: cgyapp  National Education Trust  http://www.nationaleducationtrust.net/ ArticlesPolicyDebate_SISL_000.php  Long Finance  http://www.longfinance.net/long- finance-blogs/the- pamphleteers.html Oxford Brookes: Social Entrepreneurs October 12
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