Aligning Strategy to Maximize Impact
Ranging from startups to programs embedded in multinational organizations, social enterprise continues to thrive despite complex political and economic environments. Companies and organizations increasingly need to develop strategies internally and across their sectors to mobilize action and tackle major social and environmental issues. While traditional corporate strategy focuses on long-term profit maximization, more forward-thinking organizations are incorporating a broader spectrum of social gains into their organizational strategies. Leadership teams must consider the following questions to build successful strategies:
By uniting industry experts, thought leaders and practitioners, the 2012 Social Enterprise Conference will delve deeper into the ways leaders and managers can use strategy as a tool to maximize social change. We will share success stories and challenges across a wide range of sectors and causes.
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|Columbia Business School Alumni/Exec Ed. Participants/Faculty & Staff||$ 85.00|
|Columbia Business School current student member of Social Enterprise, International Development, or Green Business Club||$ 40.00|
|Students (CBS Non-Club Members & Other Universities)||$ 60.00|
|Networking Reception only||$ 30.00|