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FREE chapter: Introduction to Getting Beyond Better

October 12, 2016

What do Andrew Carnegie, steel magnate and one of America’s first philanthropists, and Vicky Colbert, founder of Escuela Nueva, have in common?

Check out the free Introduction of Getting Beyond Better: How Social Entrepreneurship Works, a book that provides a roadmap to guide current and aspiring social entrepreneurs in driving large-scale change. The Introduction defines equilibrium (systems) change using real-world examples of social entrepreneurs in action. Authors Roger Martin and Sally Osberg introduce a four-stage framework illustrating how social entrepreneurs don’t just improve upon a broken system, but to transform it altogether.


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