jeder redet über social entrepreneurship, aber keiner weiss, was es ist

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jeder redet über social entrepreneurship, aber keiner weiss, was es ist
JEDER REDET ÜBER SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP,
ABER KEINER WEISS, WAS ES IST
NEUER WEIN IN ALTEN SCHLÄUCHEN?
Henri Dunant
1828 - 1910
Florence Nightingale
1820 - 1910
Friedrich von Bodelschwingh
1831 – 1910
Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffeisen
1818 - 1888
SOZIALWIRTSCHAFT IN DEUTSCHLAND ETABLIERT
ENORMES MARKTVOLUMEN
• 
Caritas und Diakonie größte Arbeitgeber in Deutschland
mit über 1 Mlillion Beschäftigten
• 
55 Milliarden Umsatz (Vergleich Automobilindustrie 360 Million)
• 
Zwischen 2 – 4 Milliarden Spenden
• 
Sozialwirtschaft schnellst wachsender Sektor
• 
80% der Aufträge kommen vom Staat
• 
7,3 Millionen Menschen sind schwerbehindert
• 
4.3 Millionen Menschen mindestens 80 Jahre alt
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SOCIAL BUSINESS BEWEGUNG
I strongly believe we can create a
poverty free world…….
The only place where poverty should
be is in museums
In the future the question will not be,
are people credit-worthy, but rather
than, are banks people-worthy
Muhammad Yunus
ASHOKA INNOVATORS FOR THE PUBLIC
Everybody is a
Changemaker
Bill Drayton
SCHWAB FOUNDATION
SOZIALE UNTERNEHMEN VERWISCHEN DIE GRENZEN ZWISCHEN
FOR-PROFIT AND NON PROFIT
TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE
SHARED VALUE
SHARED VALUE BEISPIELE
Wachstum ist das Ergebnis
schöpferischer Zerstörung
Joseph Schumpeter 1883 - 1950
MOVING BEYOND SIGHT
MISSION ZUERST
Veränderung der Wahrnehmung von Menschen mit
Behinderungen und
einen Beitrag zur gesellschaftlichen und
wirtschaftlichen Inklusion
DiD Hamburg
Dialogue Social
Enterprise (DSE)
DiD Frankfurt
Angestellte:
Angestellte:
> 97
> 17
> 3 blinde Mitarbeiter
> 60
> 32 behinderte
Mitarbeiter
> 64 behinderte
Mitarbeiter
Profil:
> Dialog im Dunkeln
Ausstellung
> Dinner in the Dark
> Führungskräftetrainings
und Events
Angestellte:
Profil:
> Beratung und Lizenz
> Führungskräftetrainings
Profil:
> Dialog im Dunkeln
Ausstellung
> Taste of Darkness
> Führungskräftetrainings
und Events
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DIE AUSSTELLUNG
DIE BOTSCHAFTER
DIE BESUCHER
LAUFENDE DIALOG IM DUNKKELN, GEÖFFNET IN 2014 (GRAU) & IN PLANUNG (ROT)
LONDON*
HAMBURG (DIS)
FRANKFURT
TORONTO
FLORENZ
MONTERREY*
MÜNCHEN*
MAILAND
GENUA
ROM
CHICAGO
SAN FRANCISCO
MOSKAU*
HAMBURG
FRANKFURT
BOSTON
BARCELONA
PORTO RICO
KIGALI
BOGOTA
SAO PAULO
SANTIAGO
WIEN
(SOTSCHI)
ISTANBUL
ATHEN
HOLON
PEKING
HANOI
CHENGDU
BANGKOK
HYDERABAD
SEOUL
TOKIO
OSAKA
CHINA (DIS)*
SHANGHAI*
K LUMPUR (BW) (EX)*
HONG KONG TAIPEI*
SINGAPUR
MANILA
SINGAPUR
PERTH
BUENOS AIRES*
MELBOURNE
Business Workshop Centers*
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BESUCHERZAHLEN 2010 - 2013
Ausstellungen
Gesamt
2011
+ 24,5%
+29,4%
2012
- 11,6%
-9,1%
2013
-11,8%
-13,7%
Der Rückgang der Besucherzahlen im Jahr 2012 und 2013 steht vor allem in Verbindung mit der
Schließung der besucherreichen Ausstellungen in Atlanta 2012 und New York 2013.
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LEADERSHIP PROGRAMME
WORKSHOP TEILNEHMER 2010 -2013
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DINNER IN THE DARK
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KONKURRENZ
WO STEHT SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP HEUTE ?
WAS SIND DIE KERNAUSSAGEN?
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Social Enterprises sind überall
│  Social Entrepreneurship ist kein neues Phänomen
│  Die Hälfte der Sozialunternehmen hat einen jährlichen
Umsatz unter 250.000 €
│  Der Prozentsatz derjenigen Sozialunternehmen mit
einem jährlichen Umsatz weniger als 50.000 € sind 30%
Innovation ist das Alte neu machen
Joseph Schumpeter 1883 - 1950
WIE KANN MAN SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP LEHREN?
WAS SIND DIE KONSEQUENZEN DER FINANZKRISE?
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PRINCIPALS OF RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION (PRME)
Source: PRME Website, 2012
1 PURPOSE
The development of student’s capabilities to be future generators of sustainable value for
business & society at large and to work for an inclusive global economy.
2 VALUES
To incorporate academic activities & curricula with the values of global social responsibility as
portrayed by international initiatives such as the UN Global Compact.
3 METHOD
To create educational framework, materials, processes and environments that enable effective
learning experiences for responsible leadership.
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PRINCIPALS OF RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION (PRME)
Source: PRME Website, 2012
4 RESEARCH
To engage in conceptual & empircal research that advances the understanding about the role,
dynamics, & impact of corporations in the creation of sustainable social, environmental &
economic value.
5 PARTNERSHIP
To interact with managers of business corporations to extend the knowledge of their challenges
6 DIALOGUE
To facilitate & support dialogue & debate among educators, students, business, government,
consumers, media, civil society organisations and other interested groups & stakeholders on
critical issues related to global responsibility and sustainability.
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Consulting Field Study – Dialog Social Hub
December 3rd 2012
Prof. Dr. Ansgar Richter
Prof. Dr. Andreas Heinecke
Klara Kletzka
Manuela Kisker
Bengt Köslich
Felix Schlüter
Dana Strupova
Stephanie Mankel
Magdalena Kloibhofer
How to Measure Social Impact?
Prof. Dr. Andreas Heinecke
Danone Chair of Social Business
October 30th, 2013
The Process of Social Innovation
Dr. Andreas Heinecke
Professor for Social Business
Shanghai, May 30th, 2014
DIALOGUE IN THE DARK PERSONAL MASTERY
I am very thankful for this experience and can say it enriched my life. This course was definitely
one of the the best choices during my studies at EBS and impressively highlighted that sight is
definitely only what you can see with your eyes, whereas the much valuable insight is what you
gain without seeing. So let’s take the dialogue out of the dark and spread this view to every one!
Student of the Personal Mastery
VIP-Curriculum: The Power of Encounter
Learning for Life Through Very Inspiring People
January 15 - 19, 2013
VIP-Curriculum 2012/ 2013 Cohort Include:
Caroline Casey is a socials
entrepreneur and adventurer.
She is visually impaired and
works to change the way people
think about disability. Caroline
has trekked 1,000 kilometers
across India on an elephant to
increase awareness of what
disabled people can do, raising
funds and inspire people into
thinking of disability in a positive
way. She is the Founder of the
O2 Ability Awards, a leadership
program establishing standards
of excellence for disability
business cases.
Raul Krauthausen grew up
in Berlin and dedicated his life
to bringing about change. He
studied Design Thinking,
worked as a radio host and
co-founded the Sozialhelden
platform, a multi-awardwinning campaign of
extraordinary changemakers.
The group has a track record
of creating successful,
sustainable and well
marketed social innovations,
including “Pfandtastisch
helfen!”, “SuperZvi” or
“Wheelmap.org”
.
Jean-Paul Samputu i s a
Bart Weetjens is a Belgian-
Rwandan singer with an
international career spanning 30
years of experience as a
musician. As a tireless worker for
Peace and a dedicated advocate
on the issue of forgiveness, he
has experienced healing in his
own life by the act of forgiveness
and believes passionately in the
power of forgiveness to make a
difference.
The vehicle to
express this passion is through
his multiple talents as speaker,
s o n g w r i t e r, d a n c e r, a n d
musician.
born Zen Monk who made his
first money from breeding pets.
In 1997, he and his team created
HeroRat, a leading technology in
mine detection that led to the
foundation of APOPO, an
organization that develops
efficient methods for the
detection of landmines and
disease. In 2008, HeroRATS was
responsible for the reopening of
over 400,000 square meters of
African land that had been
suspect to landmines. In 2009,
Bart was honored with the Skoll
Foundation's "Social
Entrepeneur Award."
.
.
But finding one’s mission is not the entire story: it is just the beginning. That’s why this
seminar is so important: business students like us, that have chances to get a real
future impact, we need to hear stories like yours, we need to get the “action” part of
the story, the motivation… we need inspiration!
Participant of the VIP Curruclum
From Success to Significance
Post Career for Managers as Social Entrepreneurs
EBS Business School
Prof. Dr. Andreas Heinecke, Danone Chair of Social Business
Dr. Susan Müller, Center for Social Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship
In Cooperation with Ashoka Deutschland and Generali Zukunftsfonds.
With support from the Federal Ministry for Family, Seniors, Women and Youth
February 6, 2013
With support from: I‘m very grateful for the new ideas, contacts and the certainty that I can still start
something new and meaningful. For my retirement, I don‘t want to be kept busy by
someone else, I want to go my own way.
Participant of the pilot workshop