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研究生:康穆心
研究生(外文):Maxime Henri Francois Calot
論文名稱:如何創造一個永續發展並能創造社會價值的企業?
論文名稱(外文):How to create a Business that is Sustainable and Creating Social Value? A Study of Social Business Models.
指導教授:趙必孝趙必孝引用關係Alexis Roy
指導教授(外文):Bih-Shiaw JawAlexis Roy
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立中山大學
系所名稱:國際經營管理碩士學程
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:其他商業及管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2017
畢業學年度:105
語文別:英文
論文頁數:91
中文關鍵詞:社會商業模式社會企業家社會企業可持續發展經濟績效社會商業社會創業家
外文關鍵詞:social entrepreneursocial business modelsocial businesssocial entrepreneurshipsocial enterprisesustainabilityeconomic performance
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這項研究想要探討的是當今社會企業家的現況,以及內在、外在的發展是如何影響他們的商業行為。
透過商業模式的研究及經驗的觀察,這份研究將會呈現當今社會企業家成功的最大因素。
This study aspires to embrace the reality of the social entrepreneurship landscape today, and to develop the external & internal factors influencing entrepreneurs towards their social action. Through a study of business models, followed by empirical observations, this work commits to defining the emergence of regular patterns that can be considered as success factors in social entrepreneurship.
Thesis Validation Letter i
摘 要 ii
Abstract iii
Introduction 1
Chapter 1: From classic businesses to social businesses: a shift analysis 5
1. What is Social and Solidarity Economy? 5
2. What is a social business? 7
3. What characterizes a social entrepreneur? 10
3.1 The classic visions of the entrepreneur 10
3.2 The social entrepreneur 12
4. A definition of social entrepreneurship 16
4.1 A multi-faced reality 16
4.2 Overview comparison of classic and social entrepreneurship 20
5. Learnings from this first chapter 24
Chapter 2: How to adjoin social value creation, economic performance and sustainability: a business model study 25
1. What is a business model? 25
2. A new kind of Business Models adapted to Social Enterprises: the emergence of Social Business Models 30
2.1 How to design a social business model? 30
2.2 Classification of social business models 32
2.3 Social Business Models today 39
3. Learnings from this second chapter 44
Chapter 3: How do social entrepreneurs imagine, build and manage their company? 46
1. Preliminary observations 46
2. Field survey methodology 48
2.1 Methodology and data collection 48
2.2 Construction of the Interview guide 49
3. Interview of 3 social entrepreneurs and presentation of their businesses 51
3.1 Sudprint Tunisia 51
3.2 Sigma Africa 56
3.3 Choba Choba, the chocolate revolution 60
4. Lesson learned from those interviews 64
4.1 A new way of thinking, “out of the box” 65
4.2 The importance of stakeholder’s management 66
4.3 A differentiation between client and beneficiary 67
4.4 A strong wish to expand activity & impact boundaries 68
5. Conclusion 69
Chapter 4: Thesis Revision: A guide to Social Business Creation 71
1. What is a social business? 71
1.1 Integration in the world’s current landscape 71
1.2 The importance of sustainability 73
2. The necessary qualities of the social entrepreneur 75
2.1 Knowledge, Attitude and Skills 75
2.2 Values & Objectives 76
3. A typology of social business models 77
4. Conclusion 79
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