Key challenges for social entrepreneurs - By Daniela Papi

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Learn more about what types of organizations are considering themselves "social enterprises" and about some of the key challenges of social entrepreneurship. In essence, this deck is helpful for ANY entrepreneur, especially since all entrepreneurs should be considering their social and environmental impact.

This deck was originally presented to a group in Siem Reap hosted by Social Enterprise Cambodia at the New Leaf Book Cafe.

By Daniela Papi - Lecturer and consultant at Oxford's Saïd Business School and the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship

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Key challenges for social entrepreneurs - By Daniela Papi

  1. 1. Key  Challenges  for   Social  Entrepreneurs     @danielapapi  
  2. 2. The  prac9ce  of  combining  innova9on,   opportunity  and  resourcefulness  to  come  up  with   solu9ons  to  some  of  society’s  most  challenging   problems.       What IS “social entrepreneurship”?
  3. 3. The  prac9ce  of  combining  innova9on,   opportunity  and  resourcefulness  to  come  up  with   solu9ons  to  some  of  society’s  most  challenging   problems.       Social  entrepreneurship  is  about  DISRUPTING  the   status  quo  in  an  effort  to  achieve   transforma9onal  social  change.     -­‐  Pamela  Har9gan,  Skoll  Centre  for  Social  Entrepreneurship   What IS “social entrepreneurship”?
  4. 4.   -­‐  Pamela  Har9gan,  Skoll  Centre  for  Social  Entrepreneurship  
  5. 5. What is their stated “impact”? Model Impact Income model Distributed funding Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  
  6. 6. BeMer  World  Books  
  7. 7. Model Impact Income model Distributed funding Sustainable purchasing or production model Income and protection of input markets What is their stated “impact”? Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  
  8. 8. Tonlé  
  9. 9. Model Impact Income model Distributed funding Sustainable purchasing model Income and protection of input markets Employment model Overlooked group supported through employment or ownership What is their stated “impact”? Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  
  10. 10. Model Impact Income model Distributed funding Sustainable purchasing model Income and protection of input markets Employment model Overlooked group supported through employment or ownership Integrated impact through a product or service The service or product sold IS the impact What is their stated “impact”? Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  
  11. 11. Model Impact Income model Distributed funding Sustainable purchasing model Income and protection of input markets Employment model Overlooked group supported through employment or ownership Integrated impact through a product or service The service or product sold IS the impact Eco-system support Helping other social enterprises thrive or working as a market intermediary What is their stated “impact”? Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  
  12. 12. Model Shift Income-generating models Creates a fully or partially sustainable income scream to grow impact through sales What makes them “enterprises”? Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  
  13. 13. Non-profit For-profit For-profit Impact core For-profit Non-profit Hybrid
  14. 14. Model Shift Income-generating models Creates a fully or partially sustainable income scream to grow impact through sales System changing models Redesigns a current system and creates a new standard for how work can be done Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014   What makes them “enterprises”?
  15. 15. Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  16. 16. Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  17. 17. Great  ideas  oQen  stem  from  the   intersec9on  of  two  topics     Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  18. 18. Don’t  get  married  to  your  idea!   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  19. 19.   “Innova9on”  is  not  as  important  as   hard  and  con9nuous  work     Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  20. 20. Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  21. 21. Scale  doesn’t  NEED  to  be   the  goal…  especially  if   quality  can’t  be   maintained   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  22. 22. Scale  might  mean  taking   PART  of  your  work  and   distribu9ng  that   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  23. 23. Scale  might  mean  OTHER   PEOPLE  taking  your  work   and  making  it  grow…  and   you  helping  them   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  24. 24. Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  25. 25. Define  your  “north  star”   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  26. 26. Measure  for  USE  not  PROOF     Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  27. 27. Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  28. 28. Understand  the   difference  between   grants,  loans,  and  equity   and  when  you  might   want  to  use  each   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  29. 29. Understand  the   difference  between   profit  and  cash  flow   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  30. 30. Understand  the   difference  between   “possible”  profit  and   making  that  a  reality   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  31. 31. Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  32. 32. Do  values  based  interviews   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  33. 33. “Get  the  right  people  on  the  bus.   Get  them  in  the  right  seats.   Decide  where  you  are  going.”     -­‐Jim  Collins   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  34. 34. Don’t  point  your  finger  outward   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  35. 35. Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  36. 36. Make  sure  you  are   “insight”  driven,   not  “idea”  driven   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  37. 37. “Problem  to  be   solved”   -­‐  Clay  Christensen   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  38. 38. Listen   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  39. 39. Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  40. 40. Some9mes  the   “innova9on”  is  in  the   distribu9on  model   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  41. 41. You  don’t  necessarily   need  to  build  the   distribu9on  model…  find   partners   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  42. 42. Support  your  evangelists   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  43. 43. Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  44. 44. Impor9ng  ideas  is  ok…   but  they  need  buy-­‐in  and   adap9on   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  45. 45. Invest  in  bridging  any   cultural  divides   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  46. 46. Watch  out  for  priori9zing   innova9on   over   impact   income   over   impact   entrepreneur   over   impact   scale   over   impact   YOUR  solu9on   over   impact   marke9ng   over   honesty  &  respect   Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  
  47. 47. Copyright  Daniela  Papi  2014  Design  by  Luis  Barreto    
  48. 48. Thank  you!   @danielapapi  

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