Started this discussion. Last reply by Kiringai Kamau Jul 18, 2011.
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The SEP was designed to have a short Thursday when people could visit the historical sites in Chennai, visiting the historical touristic sites that unfortunately were hit hard by the Tsunami.
The workshop was however was not without its interesting discussions on social enterprise as we had this discussion on the education system in India and how own social entrepreneur has impacted on the education system in the country influenced the legal structure and the practice of…Continue
Posted on August 26, 2011 at 9:08am
I have learned that there is reason to trust every day to bring a new opportunity, a new challenge and dimension to issues that face us...this came live today when the visit to the second of the host organization site took longer than everybody expected. We were to visit the site which we understood was only 100km meaning in our mind that it would take an hour. It took 3 hours going and 3 hours coming back. You can imagine how much exasperated some of the team members in my group…Continue
Posted on August 25, 2011 at 1:32am
fWhen you are in a new country and exposed only to the new things that a community you know may be keen to know about regarding what you are doing, then you cannot help but tell the story of the day every day.
Again it is a promise I made to many of you my community network colleagues, both in India and in…Continue
Posted on August 24, 2011 at 1:30am
I arrived this morning in Chennai, India, courtesy of a programme that is being facilitated by resource personnel from Harvard University and the Great Lakes Institute of Management of Chennai.
The basis behind this programme is to explore whether what we do at community level can be rejuvenated by looking at it from the sustainability perspective of a social enterprise.
The first session started in the afternoon by looking at two social…Continue
Posted on August 23, 2011 at 12:00am
I recently interacted with a social network at corporate level that has now geared their focus in promoting what they call Shared Services Organizations. The model of SSO seeks to make organizational management more efficient and effective by cutting off the operational fat that makes the organizations sluggish in responding to customer and market needs, thereby making them easy prey for the competition who would then reign in their realm.
As I participated in that forum, it…Continue
Posted on July 10, 2011 at 6:00pm