At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
During their programme, students of the LSM Master¿s in management and Master¿s in Business engineering will have developed the following capabilities¿
INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
WORK EFFECTIVELY IN AN INTERNATIONAL AND MULTICULTURAL ENVIRONMENT
PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
The contribution of this Teaching Unit to the development and command of the skills and learning outcomes of the programme(s) can be accessed at the end of this sheet, in the section entitled “Programmes/courses offering this Teaching Unit”.
- Setting the stage
- Social entrepreneurship ' What's behind words?
- Social entrepreneurs' profiles and drivers
- The opportunity ' A matter of failures?
- The mission as a central element of the entrepreneurial process
- The organizations in social entrepreneurship
- Acquiring and securing resources
- Revenue models
- Stakeholder management and governance
- Impact measurement
- Growth and scaling
- The social business plan
- Home readings and individual assignments
- On-site lectures and testimonies
- On-site case study sessions
- Group assignment, including fieldwork
- Date: choice : 15/04 - 22/04 - 29/04 - 06/05 or 13/05
- Type of evaluation: Individual work
- Comments: 4 pages case study
- Oral: No
- Written: No
- Unavailability or comments: No
- Oral: 2 groups of 4 students/h
- Written: No
- Unavailability or comments: Unavailable from 14/08 to 20/08. Oral: presentation of group work. In the event of failure, the group work must be improved and re-submitted for the 16/08, the individual case study work must contain a new case study for the 16/08
Compendium of scholarly articles on social entrepreneurship and sustainable entrepreneurship drawn from such journals as Academy of Management Journal,Journal of Business Venturing,Business & Society, andJournal of Business Ethics.
The following textbooks can give you a broad introduction to the topic but are not required readings:
- Nicholls, A. (2006). Social entrepreneurship: new models of environmental social change. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press.
- Schaper, M. (2005). Making ecopreneurs: developing sustainable entrepreneurship. Burlington, VT: Ashgate.