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I am a director of the Grameen-Intel JV Social biz, and am a mentor of various social micro biz's with global multiplier potential. I am also a TiE Charter memeber. & am myself interested in applied research in the area of SE. I am a social ent myself and direct a globally scalable IT enabled agro services business targeting the enrichment of small farmers. Please can you send me the ppt itself...seems very interesting. my email id is srinivas.b.garudachar@intel.com thanks

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National Conference on SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP:DIMENSIONS AND DEVELOPMENT ORIENTATION : 

National Conference on SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP:DIMENSIONS AND DEVELOPMENT ORIENTATION August 21-22, 2009

Organised by : 

Organised by SAINT MARY’S COLLEGE (Affiliated to Mangalore University) SHIRVA- 574116, UDUPI DISTICT Karnataka – India www.smcshirva.com

Technical Session IEmerging Models of Social Entrepreneurship:An Overview : 

Technical Session IEmerging Models of Social Entrepreneurship:An Overview Prof Chowdari Prasad T A Pai Management Institute, Manipal chowdarip@tapmi.edu.in Mobile: 09242124642

Peter Drucker’s views : 

Peter Drucker’s views “Innovation is the specific tool of entrepreneurs, the means by which they exploit changes as an opportunity for a different business or a different service. It is capable of being presented as a discipline, capable of being learned and practised. Entrepreneurs need to search purposefully for the sources of innovation, the changes and their symptoms that indicate opportunities for sucessful innovation. And they need to know and to apply the principles of successful innovation.”

Entrepreneurship in Academics : 

Entrepreneurship in Academics All Universities, IIMs and IITs Management Development Institute (MDI) Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), Ahmedabad Amrita Institute of Management (AIM), TN SP Jain Institute of Management & Research T A Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) and ……………………………

Who is an Entrepreneur? : 

Who is an Entrepreneur? An innovator or developer who recognises and seizes opportunities; converts these opportunities into workable / marketable ideas; adds value through time, effort, money, or skills; assumes the risks of the competitive marketplace to implement these ideas; and realises the rewards from these efforts.

Indian Entrepreneurs : 

Entrepreneurship PGP 2008 9 Indian Entrepreneurs Dhirubhai Ambani JRD Tata Adi Godrej Anil Ambani Dr K Anji Reddy Azim Premji Bhai Mohan Singh B M Munjal Ekta Kapoor Ghanshyam Das Birla 11. Karsan Bhai Patel 12. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw 13. K.P. Singh 14. Kumar Mangalam Birla 15. Lalit Suri 16. M S Oberoi 17. Mukesh Ambani 18. Nandan Nilekani 19. Narayan Murthy 20. Naresh Goyal

Indian Entrepreneurs......2 : 

Entrepreneurship PGP 2008 10 Indian Entrepreneurs......2 21. Dr C Pratap Reddy 22. Rahul Bajaj 23. Ramalinga Raju 24. Ratan Tata 25. Raunaq Singh 26. Shiv Nadar 27. Subhash Chandra 28. Subrato Roy 29. Sunil Mittal 30. Tulsi Tanti 31. Verghese Kurien 32. Vijay Mallya 33. Mallika Srinivasan 34. Naina Lal Kidwai 35. Shahnaz Hussain 36. Sulajja Firodia Motwani 37. Shobhana Bhartia Any more Indian Names? Any more NRI Names??

NRI Entrepreneurs : 

Entrepreneurship PGP 2008 11 NRI Entrepreneurs Amar Bose Arun Sarin Indra Nooyi Laxmi N Mittal Sabeer Bhatia Lord Swaraj Paul Vinod Dham Vinod Khosla

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Yunus, Grameen Bank win Nobel Peace Prize

SE in Teaching & Research : 

SE in Teaching & Research Skoll Center for Social Entrepreneurship (Oxford Said Business School) Center for Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (Faqua Business School, Duke University) Catherine B Reynold Program for Social Entrepreneurship (New York University) Entrepreneurship in Social Sector Program (Harvard Business School) Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs (University of Geneva) and Social Entrepreneurship Course Series (Stanford University)

Agenda : 

Agenda Define Social Entrepreneurship Multiplier Effect of BOP Entrepreneurship Social Entrepreneurship Definition of Social Entrepreneurship Map of the Field of Social Entrepreneurship Some Examples of Social Entrepreneurs

The Multiplier Effect of BOP Entrepreneurship : 

The Multiplier Effect of BOP Entrepreneurship Spawns multilayered economic development Entrepreneurship at BOP Creates rural employment Stimulates rural growth Evolves regional role models for others to emulate Improves local economic activity Enhances productivity and efficiency at local level

Social Entrepreneurship : 

Social Entrepreneurship Is an emerging field that offers opportunity to young professionals to create societal / economic value on a sustainable basis According to some reports, globally this is the fastest growing sector and perhaps the only sector that is creating gainful employment worldwide

Defining Social Entrepreneurship : 

Defining Social Entrepreneurship Social Entrepreneurship is the process of recognizing and resourcefully pursuing opportunities to create social value and craft innovative approaches to addressing critical social needs. By “Social Entrepreneurs,” we mean leaders of social-purpose organizations that demonstrate the following behaviors and values: focus on impact primacy of mission private initiative willingness to blur sector boundaries opportunity orientation, innovation and resourcefulness.

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BENEFICIARIES SERVED Direct and indirect outcomes for “ customers ” and markets POSITIVE SOCIAL IMPACT Improvement on social needs; Reduction of gap between real and ideal conditions Outer Group: Socially entrepreneurial behavior in other settings SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS & THEIR ORGANIZATIONS Core Group: Identified, Unidentified, & Potential Social Entre preneurs • Nonprofit, For - Profit, & Hybrid Organizations • Vary by field/industry, life stage, location, ambition, etc. Effectiveness & Performance: # and capacity of social purpose orgs behaving entrepreneurially and effectively to maximize, sustain, and scal e social impact

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BENEFICIARIES SERVED Direct and indirect outcomes for “ customers ” and markets Related Fields • Other movements and trends affecting social entrepreneurship (e.g. corp. social responsibility; innovation; bus. entrepreneurship; technology; globalization) EXTERNAL FACTORS POSITIVE SOCIAL IMPACT Improvement on social needs; Reduction of gap between real and ideal conditions Outer Group: Socially entrepreneurial behavior in other settings SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS & THEIR ORGANIZATIONS Core Group: Identified, Unidentified, & Potential Social Entre preneurs • Nonprofit, For - Profit, & Hybrid Organizations • Vary by field/industry, life stage, location, ambition, etc. Effectiveness & Performance: # and capacity of social purpose orgs behaving entrepreneurially and effectively to maximize, sustain, and scal e social impact

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BENEFICIARIES SERVED Direct and indirect outcomes for “ customers ” and markets INFRASTRUCTURE & RESOURCES HUMAN CAPITAL Talent Pipelines • Universities: Undergrad & Grad • Youth Social Entrepreneurship Orgs • Exec Search; Career Resource Orgs • Retiree Engagement Organizations • Social Entrepreneurship “ Attractors ” • Social - Purpose Organizations • Volunteer/Board Matching Orgs FINANCIAL CAPITAL Financial Providers • Philanthropic Funders: Corps, Fdns, Indiv., Venture Philanthropy Funds • Financial Institutions • Equity Investors (for - profit) • Government Funders: Fed., State, Local INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL Knowledge Producers, Educators & Advisors • Consultants • Academic Research Centers • Training Orgs ? Peer Orgs • Think Tanks; Action Tanks • Evaluation Providers • Stakeholder Strategy Advisors Related Fields • Other movements and trends affecting social entrepreneurship (e.g. corp. social responsibility; innovation; bus. entrepreneurship; technology; globalization) SOCIAL CAPITAL Network Conveners • Associations • Network Conveners • Funders ’ Portfolios • Incubators EXTERNAL FACTORS POSITIVE SOCIAL IMPACT Improvement on social needs; Reduction of gap between real and ideal conditions Outer Group: Socially entrepreneurial behavior in other settings SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS & THEIR ORGANIZATIONS Core Group: Identified, Unidentified, & Potential Social Entre preneurs • Nonprofit, For - Profit, & Hybrid Organizations • Vary by field/industry, life stage, location, ambition, etc. Effectiveness & Performance: # and capacity of social purpose orgs behaving entrepreneurially and effectively to maximize, sustain, and scal e social impact

SE in some sectors : 

SE in some sectors Education Energy Environment Rural / Community Development Rural Markets Healthcare Micro-Credit Rural Informatics

Examples of Social Entrepreneurs : 

Examples of Social Entrepreneurs Amul and Verghese Kurien in Anand Basix and Vijay Mahajan, Hyderabad Bhagavatula Charitable Trust, Vizag, AP Child Relief (Rights) and You (CRY) Grameen Bank, Bangladesh FINCA – Village Banking Food King – Sarath Babu, Chennai Lizzat Papad (SGMU), Mumbai Polyhydron, Suresh Hundre, Belgaum SEWA, Ahmedabad

Can you name him? : 

Can you name him?

Have your read his book? : 

Emerging Models of Social Entrepreneurship – An Overview 25 Have your read his book? “The High Performance Entrepreneur” Golden Rules for Success in Today’s World Published in 2006 by Penguin Books India A treasure trove of perspective and advice – C K Prahlad Recent (2008) book : “Go Kiss The World” Cofounder – Mind Tree Consulting, Bangalore Author: Mr Subroto Bagchi, Gardener

Contents : 

Social Entrepreneurship Technical Session I 26 Contents 18 Chapters – 250 pages – Rs 395/- Took an year to write Book is not about how to start a company Entrepreneurship can be deeply rewarding simply as a journey itself. Entrepreneurship is a creative process and when done successfully, it can give you the highest sense of accomplishment possible

Pages 16-17 : 

Social Entrepreneurship Prof Chowdari Prasad TAPMI, Manipal 27 Pages 16-17 I always like to think of Mother Theresa as one of the greatest entrepreneurs of our time. She started with an angel investment of five rupees in 1948 from the Archbishop of Calcutta. By the turn of the century, her Missionaries of Charity had 602 homes in 125 countries and her band of 4,000 sisters from as many as 40 different national origins marched to the same mission, vision and core values. How did she build that institution? What was the impetus? Disease and death that crawled in

Contents…2 : 

NC on Social Entrepreneurship August 21, 2009 28 Contents…2 the gutters of Calcutta and nudged her saree each time she walked past? Was it the negative energy of her surroundings? Or was it the possibility of positive outcomes? Or spreading love, joy, seeing a dying destitute as an angel of peace? It wasn’t the former. She was to recall later that she had, in fact, ‘received’ her call….

Subroto Bagchi : 

Social Entrepreneurship SMC Shirva 29 Subroto Bagchi Born in Patnagarh, Orissa (1957); studied BA Started his career as an LDC in Orissa Govt Joined as Management Trainee in DCM, ND Shifted to Wipro Technologies, Bangalore Moved to Lucent Technologies… Co-founded MindTree Consulting in 1999 alongwith nine others – Ashok Soota, N Krishna Kumar, S Janakiraman, Scott Staples, Anjan Lahiri, Kamran Ozair, N Parthasarathy, Kalyan Banerjee and the baby of the team – Rostow Ravanan

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Thank you