Managing for Social Impact : Innovations in Responsible Enterprise.
By: Cronin, Mary J.
Contributor(s): Dearing, Tiziana C.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Management for Professionals: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (279 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319460215.Subject(s): Management--Social aspectsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Managing for Social Impact : Innovations in Responsible EnterpriseDDC classification: 658.4 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Dedication -- Preface -- Multisector Perspectives -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Contributors -- Part I: Introduction -- Managing for Return on Social Innovation (ROSI): Pillars for Sustainable Social Impact -- Introduction -- Shared Social Impact Foundations -- Four Common Pillars of Sustainable Social Impact -- Illustrations of the Four Pillars -- Open Circles -- Focused Purpose Sharing -- Mutuality of Success -- Persistent Change Perspective -- Challenges to Achieving Sustainable Social Impact -- Scaling -- Expansion -- Depth -- Sustainability -- Measuring Impact -- Defining the Long-Term Return on Social Innovation (ROSI) -- Time Frames for Persistent Change Measurement -- Progress Toward Persistent Change Measurement -- Conclusion -- References -- Part II: Social Justice and Sustainable Enterprise -- A Marketplace Approach to Building and Supporting Sustainable Social Purpose Organizations -- Introduction -- The Marketplace in Action: Veterans Legal Services -- History of the Social Innovation Forum and Evolution of the Marketplace Approach -- Founding Vision -- Building the Marketplace -- The Marketplace in Action: Stories of Give and Take -- Innovators and Entrepreneurs -- My Life My Choice (MLMC) -- GRIT -- Investors and Supporters -- Reynders, McVeigh Capital Management (RMCM) -- Schrafft Charitable Trust -- A Closer Look: Key Features of the SIF Marketplace Approach -- Rigorous Selection Process -- Leveraging Highly Skilled Volunteers Through Intentional Matching -- Deep Connections with Institutional Partners -- Performance Measurement -- Ongoing Support -- InnerCity Weightlifting -- Conclusion -- References -- Social Enterprise for Economic Opportunity at UTEC -- Jeff's Story -- Lowell and Lawrence, Massachusetts: Gateway Cities -- Challenges for Justice-Involved Young Adults -- UTEC's History.
Refining Programs to Address Youth Needs -- Youth Outcomes: Social and Economic Success -- Values and Culture Make the Difference -- An Integrated Program Model -- Phase 1: Outreach -- Phase 2: Engagement -- Phase 3: Transformation -- Phase 4: Pathways -- Social Enterprises: A Triple Bottom Line -- UTEC Social Enterprises: Supporting the Youthwork Outcomes -- Mattress Recycling as First Work Experience -- UTEC Social Enterprises: Supporting Financial Outcomes/Business Operations -- Fulfilling a Market Need -- Partner with an Anchor Customer -- Identify a Range of Customers -- Find Private and Public Partners Willing to Help -- Next Steps in Integrating Social Enterprises and Youth Supports -- Conclusion -- References -- Food with Purpose: Dudley Dough and Haley House Bakery Café -- Connecting Pizza and Economic Justice -- Feeding and Housing Homeless Neighbors in Boston's South End -- Food with Purpose: Social Enterprise in an Underserved Boston Neighborhood -- Becoming a Dynamic Community Hub One Neighbor at a Time -- Expanding the Impact of Food with Purpose: A Social Justice Restaurant Model -- Anchoring a Community in Transition -- Conclusion -- References -- Part III: Rethinking Corporate Social Responsibility From the Outside In -- Evolution, Innovation, and Best Practices in Corporate Social Impact -- A Pioneering Direction -- The Evolution of Social Impact Strategy -- In the Beginning: Corporate Philanthropy and Volunteerism -- Corporate Philanthropy -- Employee Volunteerism -- The Rise of Corporate Social Responsibility -- The Era of Innovation -- Harnessing the Power of Products -- Harnessing the Power of Business Acumen and Expertise -- Harnessing the Power of Brand and Communications -- Implementing a Successful Social Impact Strategy -- Conclusion -- References -- Transformation Through Social Impact at Whirlpool Corporation.
Introduction -- Headquartered in Benton Harbor, Michigan -- Innovating Out of the "Sea of Sameness" -- Catalyzing Community Transformation -- Objections to Community Investment Priorities -- Practical Partnerships Tied to the Business -- Measuring Outcomes from Social Impact Investment -- Reinventing a Company Through Social Impact -- Finding a Purpose -- Reinvention of a Brand -- Purposeful Product Innovations -- Purpose-Driven Packaging -- Purpose-Driven Community Outreach -- Conclusion: Care at the Core of the Business -- References -- Embedding Environmental Advocates: EDF Climate Corps -- Jump-Starting Large-Scale Energy Efficiency Projects -- The Climate Corps Model for Embedded Expertise -- Scaling Up the EDF Climate Corps Program -- Characteristics of the EDF Climate Corps Cohort -- Energy Savings and Strategies: Impact on the EDF Climate Corps Host Organizations -- Blue Shield of California -- Iron Mountain -- The Impact of a Growing EDF Climate Corps Network -- What Next? -- References -- Stakeholder Voices Shaping Community Engagement at b.good -- Inviting Our Customers In -- b.good -- Engaging in Sustainable Impact by "Taking Over the Brand" -- The Burger Brigade -- b.good Family Foundation Grantmaking -- Community Partners -- In-Store Fund-Raisers -- Open Questions -- Conclusion -- Part IV: Public-Private Partnerships to Make Cities More Livable for All -- Co-Creating More Livable Cities -- Why Cities Matter -- The Integration Initiative (TII): Vision, Implementation, and Evaluation -- TII in Baltimore: Progress, Challenges, and Lessons Learned -- TII Stage Two: Expanding to New Orleans and Other Urban Centers -- Living Cities' Strategies for Scaling Collaborative Urban Change -- Urban Innovation, Data, and Citizen Engagement -- Use of Technology -- Can the Innovation Stick? -- City Accelerators -- Conclusion -- References.
Transforming the Urban Built Environment: The Seattle 2030 District as a Model for Collaborative Change -- Introduction -- Elements of Transformation -- Getting Started -- The Challenge of Getting Data and Setting Baselines -- Strong Foundations for Success -- Sustaining the Transformation -- Responding to Change -- Recruiting and Retaining Members -- Other Benefits to Members -- Building Alliances -- Replicating the Model -- Ongoing Challenges -- Conclusion -- References -- A Community-Driven Change Model in Battle Creek: Project 20/20 -- Introduction -- Battle Creek in Transition -- Launching Project 20/20 -- Building Public Capital for Battle Creek Community Change Goals -- Public Capital at Work for Economic Development -- Lessons Learned -- Conclusion -- References -- Part V: Investing for Scalable Social Change -- Catalyzing Social Impact Investments -- A Need for Greater Impact -- Adoption of Responsible ESG Practices Is Growing -- Where's the Impact Now? -- Expectations of Financial Returns from Impact Investing -- Needed: Social Capital for Later Stages of Business Growth -- Impact Investing Gap -- Need for Patient Exit Strategies -- Private Equity Driving Social Impact -- A Social Mandate for Urban Catalyst -- 99Degrees Custom: Global Growth with Local Economic Impact -- A World Shaped by Impact Investing -- References -- Impact Investing at the Base of the Pyramid: Unitus Seed Fund -- The Mathematics of Economic Opportunity -- Entrepreneurship at the Base of the Pyramid -- Strategies for BOP Seed Investing -- Investing for Impact -- Three BOP Startup Stories: Education, Health, and Livelihoods -- From CueLearn to Cuemath -- Hippocampus Learning Centres -- AddressHealth -- Impact Assessment: Unitus Seed Fund Framework and Outcomes -- Conclusion -- References -- Part VI: Measuring and Reporting on Social Impact.
Measuring Success in the Development of Smart and Sustainable Cities -- Introduction -- What Is a Smart and Sustainable City? -- The Why, What, and How of Smart City Measurement -- Why Measure Smart Cities? -- Current Models for Assessment: What and How Are We Measuring? -- The British Standards Institute Maturity Model -- ISO 37120: Sustainable Development of Communities-Standard Indicators for City Services and Quality of Life -- IDC's Smart City MaturityScape -- Comparison of the Three Models -- Challenges to Smart City Assessments -- Strategic Next Steps for Smart City Leaders -- Conclusion -- References -- Measuring Your Company's Impact: How to Make the Most of Sustainability Reporting Frameworks -- Introduction -- Evolution of Corporate ESG Reporting -- Overview of Reporting Frameworks -- Global Reporting Initiative -- Other Frameworks -- UN Global Compact -- Sustainability Accounting Standards Board -- Integrated Reporting -- New Tools in Reporting for Impact -- Social Impact Measurement -- Net Positive -- UN Sustainable Development Goals -- Deep Dive: Tools to Measure Impact -- GRI: Using GRI G4 as a Tool for Understanding and Measuring Impact -- GRI Basics -- Specific Tools -- Materiality Assessment and Stakeholder Mapping and Engagement -- Value Chain Mapping -- Metrics -- Measuring Impact -- Principles of CSR Impact Measurement -- Tracking Progress from Inputs and Outputs to Outcomes and Impacts -- Creating Shared Value -- Business Benefits -- Resource Allocation -- Stakeholder Expectations -- Reputation -- Employees -- Conclusion -- References -- Index.
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