A grounded theory study on social entrepreneurship: comparison of traditional and social entrepreneurial nonprofit model

By: Duncan, Ernest
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Deutschland LAP Lambert Academic Publishing 2009Description: vii, 271 p.ISBN: 9783838319889Subject(s): Social entrepreneurshipDDC classification: 306.342 Summary: A Grounded Theory Study on Social Entrepreneurship? focused on how and when different nonprofit approaches are utilized and which leadership styles are needed to implement a social entrepreneurial approach. This research study made a comparative analysis of the traditional nonprofit management model and the social entrepreneurship model. This research is focused on helping non-for-profit organizations focus on the particular issues of governance, fiscal infrastructure and human resources that directly impact the organizations? continuing success.
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A Grounded Theory Study on Social Entrepreneurship? focused on how and when different nonprofit approaches are utilized and which leadership styles are needed to implement a social entrepreneurial approach. This research study made a comparative analysis of the traditional nonprofit management model and the social entrepreneurship model. This research is focused on helping non-for-profit organizations focus on the particular issues of governance, fiscal infrastructure and human resources that directly impact the organizations? continuing success.

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