1.an operating strategy that includes internal organizational structure and external partnerships that are crucial for creating the organization’s intended impact; and, 2.a resource strategy that defines where and on what terms the organization will acquire the resources (financial and human) it needs to do its work. The business model for a social enterprise is the channel that the social entrepreneur converts inputs into outcomes; the generation of both social value (measurable impact) and economic value (revenue). A social enterprise can be integrated with the non-profit organization in one of several ways: Embedded:
•The enterprise and the social program are one and the same •The business is created to serve clients (central to the mission) Integrated:
•The business activities overlap with the social programs •The business is created as a funding mechanism and to expand/enhance the mission of the organization External:
•Social and business activities are separate and may or may not be related to the mission of the organization •The business is created mainly...