Course title:

Hungarian:

Társadalmi vállalkozás

Code:

English:

Social enterprise

Institute:

Faculty of Economics and Business,

Prerequisites:

-

Code:

-

Classes per week

Requirement

Credit

 Language of instruction:

Lecture(s)

Seminar(s)

per week

1

per week

1

P

English

Responsible instructor

name:

Judit Katonáné Kovács, PhD

post

assistant professor

Instructor

name:

 post

Course goals:

are to develop system thinking, understanding the dimensions of sustainable development. To be able to plan and analyse business model canvas with value creation focus.

Course content , topics:

Social enterprise is an intensively developing part of small and medium-sized enterprise sector worldwide that is expected to become an important element of the future of global capitalism (Murphy-Sachs, 2013). According to Ashoka, social entrepreneurs are individuals who propose systems-changing solutions to the most pressing social problems of the world. An essential element of sustainable economy is system thinking. The main driver of social entrepreneurship is the creation of products and services that have a positive impact on system level and bring profit to entrepreneurs. . The topics define social entrepreneurship, help to understand the creation and the operation of them.

Learning methods:

lectures, knowledge creation, dialogue, case study, training, action learning, gamification

Assessment

Documentation of the Personal Learning contract - 20 points

Book Essay - What messages / theories / concepts were described in the text? How could these theories be used in social enterprises? - 40 points

Presentation of the selected case study 40 points

All together 100 points can be reached.

above 90 points - 5

80-89 points  - 4

70-79 points - 3

60-69 point - 2

under 59 points - 1

Compulsory readings:

Readings handled along the course and a freely selected book.

Recommended readings:

Stanford Social Innovation Review https://ssir.org/

TED https://www.ted.com

Bornstein D., Davis, S. (2010): Social entrepreneurship: What everyone needs to know.

Ian C MacMillanJames D Thompson: The Social Entrepreneur's Playbook: Pressure Test, Plan, Launch and Scale Your Social Enterprise

Murphy, Richard McGill - Sachs, Denielle (2013): The Rise of Social Entrepreneurship Suggest a Possible Future for Global Capitalism. Forbes http://www.forbes.com/sites/skollworldforum/2013/05/02/the-rise-of-social-entrepreneurship-suggests-a-possible-future-for-global-capitalism/

Syllabus
  1.  

Introduction to social entrepreneurship

Learning contract

  1.  

Definition of social enterprise

Understanding the different sectors and placing social enterprise

  1.  

System thinking

Gain knowledge on sustainable development and its dimensions

  1.  

Social entrepreneur - behaviour style

Understanding own behaviour

  1.  

Forms of social enterprise

Getting familiar with the forms of enterprises

  1.  

Business Model Canvas

Ready to create and explain Business Model Canvas

  1.  

Financing

Learn the different source of finance

  1.  

Co-working places - ImpactHUB

Know the possibilities, get own experience

  1.  

Actors of the supply chain

Understand the importance of basic values

  1.  

Examining values, mission and vision

Can make a difference between mission and vision.

  1.  

Speed of trust

Self-knowledge

  1.  

Trust of the market

Understand the steps of creating a brand

  1.  

Measuring social impact

Able to map the positive and negative impacts

  1.  

Summary

Can reflect on the learnings

A gazdálkodásmenedzsment BsC 2. éves hallgatói számára hirdetett tárgy (vizsgakurzus is).