The New Sustainable Economy and You

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Slides for my talk about three things:

1.) The state of our current economy and the opportunity to build a better economic system.
2.) What such a change can mean for you (the audience was b-school students).
3.) What social entrepreneurship and social enterprise mean and why it can make a difference.

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The New Sustainable Economy and You

  1. 1. The New Sustainable Economy and You Scott Edward Anderson Wharton Social Impact 25 March 2010
  2. 2. Who Am I? VerdeStrategy
  3. 3. Sustainable?
  4. 4. The Result
  5. 5. What Does It Mean for You?
  6. 6. There is Another Path
  7. 7. en · tre · pre · neurn., 1. one who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of a business or enterprise. Definition from Merriam-Webster
  8. 8. so · cial en · tre · pre · neurn., 1. society’s change agent: pioneer of innovations that benefit humanity. Definition: Skoll Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship
  9. 9. “People said I was Crazy…”
  10. 10. Why Not the Government?
  11. 11. What if?
  12. 12. Reconciling Profit & Purpose
  13. 13. Value Creation
  14. 14. Don’t Fear Failure
  15. 15. Just Do It…
  16. 16. Questions?
  17. 17. Resources• ashoka.org • goodcompanyventures.org• skollfoundation.org • changemakers.net• schwabfound.org • squidoo.com/changemakers• acumenfund.org • ssireview.org• socialedge.org • thegreenskeptic.com• echoinggreen.org • gapingvoid.com (cartoons)•David Bornstein, How to Change the World•John Elkington & Pamela Hartigan The Power of Unreasonable People•Gregory Dees, “The Meaning of Social Entrepreneurship” (article)•Muhammad Yunus, Creating a World Without Poverty•Jaqueline Novogratz, The Blue Sweater•Kevin Lynch & Julius Wallis, Mission, Inc: The Practitioners Guide to Social Enterprise greenskeptic@gmail.com Twitter: @greenskeptic
  18. 18. Image Acknowledgments• Hummer H3T: © 2009, CarGurus LLC, All rights reserved.• Sprawl: http://img.slate.com/media/1/123125/2079215/2112767/2129635/051107_arch_suburbSprawl_ex.jpg• Capital One “Mom Said…”: http://www.jabbajoo.com/2008/09/capital-one-envelope-exterior-concept.html• Temple MBA students: http://sbm.temple.edu/fmba/images/ad-photo.jpg• Roger Beal cartoon: © roger beale cartoons Used by Permission• Pierre Omidyar photo by Joy Ito: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.• Gates and Jobs (digitally altered): From brisbanetimes.com.au (no attribution)• Oprah: photo by Alan Light: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.• Larry and Sergey photo: Associated Press / Noah Berger• Dr. Victoria Hale photo: One World Health• Majora Carter photo: CNN• Van Jones: Photo Courtesy of vanjones.net; Photo by Richard Hume, Courtesy of Experience Life magazine• Anshu Gupta photo courtesy of Anshu Gupta/Goonj• Muhammad Yunus: Copyright © Scanpix 2006, Photo: Mark Earthy• Paulson and Bernanke: Attribution unknown• Disruption slide courtesy Fred Wilson• Charles Best: photo c) C Mulvany, Used by Permission• GoodCompany Ventures photos courtesy GoodCompany Ventures• GreenSkeptic, Fred Wilson, Jacob Gray, Roger Ehrenberg, Jacqueline Novogratz @ GreenSpaces for GCV “Unpanel”• Video Games photo courtesy Fred Wilson• Sisyphus photo: attribution unknown• Calvin courtesy of the author

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