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Are Corporations Outsourcing Responsibility?

April 24th, 2013 · 1 Comment

(This guest blog was originally printed in The Economist  ( http://ccdebates.eiu.com) in a shorter version Corporations outsource everything from accounting and manufacturing to human resource functions. For the most part, charity and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) are methods of outsourcing responsibility, handing off the heavy lifting to someone outside the company who will make strategic decisions […]

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Four Levels of Work in The Responsible Entrepreneur’s Business

March 5th, 2013 · No Comments

In a Responsible Entrepreneur’s business, not all work is equal in importance or in financial or societal return. Some work has more chance of producing success and making bigger a difference. But for a busy entrepreneur, it’s hard to know which effort or what kind of work will make a significant contribution. There are four […]

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Game-Changing Entrepreneurs: Beyond “Doing the Right Thing and Doing Good”

November 26th, 2012 · No Comments

All entrepreneurs spark a better future—their own and sometimes all of ours. The ideas they start with offer opportunities to develop new potential and to do it in their own ways. But not all entrepreneurial intentions or paths are the same; nor do they bring about the same degree of meaningful change. There are at […]

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