Kickul NYU Social Sustainable Entrep Teaching


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Kickul NYU Social Sustainable Entrep Teaching

  1. 1. Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainability in the MBA Program: Design, Curriculum and Pedagogy
  2. 2. Agenda  Laying the foundation for learning social entrepreneurship  Designing a framework for social entrepreneurship education  Creating a curriculum of change for our classrooms  Sustaining the future through innovation
  3. 3. Social Enterprise  Provides business solutions –  Social/environmental & economic benefit +  “Multiplies” impact and investment  Delivers sustainable, system wide impact  What is a Social Entrepreneur?  Relentless in mobilizing Local, Regional and Global Linkages  Measures success based on total value returns +
  4. 4. International Market, Wealth Disparity Institutional & State Failures The Global Rise of Social CSR Movement Tech & Shared Global Moral Responsibility Entrepreneurship
  5. 5. Social Enterprise – It Matters Because…  New Models of Opportunities and Innovation (Blended Value Approach)  New Models of Sustainability and Development  New Models of Scale and IMPACT  …..New Opportunities for Teaching and Learning
  6. 6. Merging Two Perspectives - Impact perspective Development societal perspective Business Business Direct Indirect activity impacts impacts Broader development Infrastructure contribution Innovation Itself E.g. Economic Growth/GDP Products and Services Poverty Alleviation Jobs Education Skills and Training Social Stability Public Health Procurement Human Rights Resources Taxes Governance Corporate Governance Capacity Building Environmental Management Enterprise Development 13 Environmental Sustainability
  7. 7. Dissecting a Social Enterprise Dimension Project Impact OneWorld Health Benetech Response to Mkt Manufacturing low-cost, Develop new medicines for Created technology-based Failure/Innovation high-quality medical supplies infectious diseases that killed projects that ranged from to treat and prevent millions of people in the reading machines for the blindness and deafness in poorest parts of the world blind to innovative software the developing world to protect information in the human rights field Financial Sustainability Donations + operations Donations + charging middle Earned income from (pricing) + autonomy class previous (Capital cow) + donations later Pricing Differential pricing, subsidize Yet to implement differential Pricing based on poorest segments pricing (belief) affordability of target audience
  8. 8. Dissecting a Social Enterprise Dimension Project Impact OneWorld Health Benetech Cost Structure “Forensic cost accounting”; $800-900m – typical; costs Negotiated deep discounts define price affordable to driven down by targeting with suppliers, developed own target audience and drugs in late stage dealer network with negotiate development, single overlapping economic production/distribution costs indication in single interests, licensed technology to make price attainable geography, shortest path to and manufactured own approval, clinicals in components developing countries, volunteer scientists Impact on Market Created new class of lower- Pharma industry – a noble Welcomed competition if price producers in India, path to re-engage global impacted target audience proving that lower-income health, served countries and (bring down price, markets could be profitably market areas that western accessibility); leave market served thru high-volume pharma abandoned once new competitor could (scale)/low margin solutions serve
  9. 9. Scale Impact Innovation Social Entrepreneurship Education Opportunities
  10. 10.  Social Business, Entrepreneurship – “Meta- Profession”  Cross-University Initiatives  Public Policy, Law, Medicine, Arts, Engineering, etc.  Flexibility in Customizing Own Educational Track and Career  Cross– Fertilization of Ideas – Driving awareness of immediate and most pressing problems
  11. 11.  Content  Leading sustainable enterprises, social venture fund practicum, global poverty alleviation, Ecoleadership, Energy and the environment  Depth  Immersion, experiential-based, problem – based, effectuation  Reach  Nexus of the increasing overlap between the public, private, and voluntary sectors  Government, NGOs, Corporate, SE and practitioners
  12. 12. Resources (Resource Activities (Operating Outputs Short and Long Term Impact Strategy) Model) Outcomes In order to accomplish our set of In order to address our problem, we We expect that once We expect that if accomplished, We expect if accomplished these activities, we will need the will accomplish the following accomplished these these activities will lead to the activities will lead to the following: activities activities will produce the following changes in 1-3 then 4-6 following changes in 7-10 years following evidence or years service delivery Faculty Develop curricula and co-curricula Students initiatives and programs Alumni • Curriculum Mentors •Pedagogy Partnerships •Internships Social Enterprise/Orgs •Experiential learning Aspiring Social Launch and Impact – e.g., poverty •Problem-based learning Entrepreneurs and Intrapreneurship alleviation, economic •Connecting theory and practice Innovators Activities and social stability, etc.
  13. 13. Social Entrepreneurship Support  Websites ,      Conferences  NYU Stern Social Entrepreneurship Conference  Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship