This is your last case study exam in ENTR 220. The case study exam is worth 15 points total (15% of your grade), so make sure you take this exam seriously and give it your best efforts. Be sure to respond to all instructions and prompts. This will take you a great deal of time to complete. Write the fullest answers possible and focus only on the key points. Do not skip any prompts/readings. Selected Your Case You must identify an organization to analyze from either of the following directories: B Lab. (Links to an external site.) Rasheda Weaver. (Links to an external site.) You will also want to research news reports about these social enterprises as well. Core Concepts/Topics. This final is cumulative. It will draw on readings and resources across the entire course and all readings. Specific resources to draw on are noted in the prompts provided. For Full Points. Only responses that draw on cases from the directories and course readings/material will attain the full 1.5 points for each response to each prompt (10 prompts x 1.5 points available = 15 total points). There are ten prompts, which directly correspond to the course concepts/topics outlined above; you must respond to allten prompts. Briefly describe the organization’s background and history (remember to reference the organization’s website and news reports). Briefly describe the entrepreneurs who started the organization and if they are social entrepreneurs (remember to reference course readings). Drawing on Dart, Clow, and Armstrong’s article, which frame of social enterprise does the organization fit? Make your case and defend it. Drawing on Martin & Osberg’s understanding of the world, which unjust equilibrium(s) does the organization address, and write why is the equilibrium unjust? Drawing on Martin & Osberg’s envisioning a new future, what is the organization’s vision, mission, or value proposition? How is their vision, mission, or value proposition effective/impactful? How are such visions/statements communicated via news reports, websites, etc.? How could they better be communicated or promoted? Drawing on Martin & Osberg’s building a model for change, describe the organization’s model for change. Which other models that we discussed in the course could they leverage to fulfill their social missions? How can they enact value enhancement or cost diminution? Drawingscaling the solution (Martin & Osberg), scaling social impact (Waitzer and Paul), and blueprint copying (Bornstein), how might other communities organizations use their blueprint to scale social change (or are already using). What are the current efforts the organization is using to scale, and how are they effective/impactful? Drawing on multiple resources from class on funding social enterprises, describe new ways to innovatively fund the organization’s efforts in the future (e.g., crowdfunding and/or earned income). Drawing on critical perspectives on entrepreneurship (Talmage articles), supply insights into how the organization can avoid unintended negative consequences and harm while aiming to do good. Provide a reflection on how your own definitions of social enterprise and social entrepreneurship evolved throughout the class. How are they the same or different? Reference the case as an example and also make sure to reference course readings. Writing Advice. You must respond to all ten prompts. The professor recommends that you use headings to delineate when you have moved to the next prompt. Your writing should flow well from point to point within each of the ten prompted sections, but the sections do not need to interlink. Furthermore, I recommend the use of direct quotes and cited references from the course materials and specific case websites/news reports you leverage in the paper. Try your best to cite textbooks and articles directly using whichever citation style you prefer (e.g., MLA, APA, etc.) rather than citing the slides/lectures or making general statements that you attribute to the course lessons. Page-Length. There is no maximum page length; write as much as you need to succeed in making your points clear. Based on the professor’s experience, submitted assignments that are less than ten pages (double-spaced, Times New Roman font) generally do not succeed at reaching the A range. You want to give thorough attention to each of the ten prompts outlined to you in the case study


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