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(Hello Guru) Does a bureaucratic organization hamper individual creativity?
Social Enterprise News | March 04, 2014
Without an organization, a dream will end as a dream. A Chat with the Organizational Management Guru, Professor Raymond Fisman, Columbia Business School.
Bridging the Gap Between Nonprofits and Traditional Businesses
Social Enterprise News | June 25, 2010
With recent talks in Albany on benefit corporations, the SEP and Grameen Creative Lab are organizing a Social Business Lab.
Call for Nonprofit Organizations to Apply for Positive Impact Project
Social Enterprise News | July 14, 2009
The Columbia Senior Executive Program (CSEP), the flagship program of Columbia Business School Executive Education, is seeking nonprofit organizations interested in participating in the Positive Impact Project: an in-depth case study that provides a nonprofit organization with expert advice from leading business executives.
"King of Thrills": Paul Binder MBA '67, founder of Big Apple Circus
Social Enterprise News | April 08, 2009
When it comes to putting on a circus, Paul Binder MBA '67 runs a ring around the competition.
Executive Education Expands Reach With New Social Enterprise Programming
Social Enterprise News | January 20, 2009
Raymond D. Horton, the Frank R. Lautenberg Professor of Ethics and Corporate Governance at Columbia Business School, is appointed the faculty director of Social Enterprise programs within the Executive Education division.
Social Enterprise Summer Internship Experiences
Social Enterprise News | September 11, 2008
MBA students report on their social enterprise summer internships
Social entrepreneurs gather at Columbia Business School
Social Enterprise News | February 14, 2007
As America embarks on resolving today's most pressing social and environmental problems, Columbia Business School has been ahead of the game by joining a social community that brings together field experts and student entrepreneurs across social realms for opportunities to showcase concepts, network, and compete for cash prizes.
Spring Newsletter - European Study Tour on Corporate Social Responsibility
Social Enterprise News | March 21, 2005
Students traveled to Paris and Brussels over spring break to learn about corporate social responsibility and governance and trends in socially responsible investing.
Whole Foods Founder, John Mackey Offers New Business Paradigm
Social Enterprise News | February 17, 2004
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