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Developing strong paintings is a pragmatic advisor publication, that recounts the tales of a few of the main profitable social entrepreneurial courses working this day, with actual existence examples of and the way they overcame either actual and societal obstacles to create a long-lasting impression at the international they stumble upon.
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If we change our principles, models, and rules, but keep our old behaviors in place, as had been the case during prohibition, things not only change according to the new design, they can get much worse. In order for social entrepreneurs to create successful and lasting deliberate disruptive designs, it is imperative to make sure that any new understanding of how the system can work affects not only the principles that govern that understanding—the mission and calling to action that propel many social entrepreneurs—but also the models, rules, and behaviors put in place to turn those ideas into action.
Rules were those things we put in place to maintain the model and guide behaviors; and behaviors were what we did to live the principles, based on the models we built and the rules that governed them. As we unpack this, we can certainly follow my shift in life direction that had originated in London, but I think it would be far more helpful to look at this process in the context of shifting a greater social challenge. ” Based on this precept, we then create social models that don’t really try and help poor people not be poor, because our principle says they really can’t be otherwise.
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