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  1. 1. Unique Ingredients for Impacting Social Actions
    Net Impact. ESADE
    Octubre, 2010
  2. 2. Topics
    • Our business model
    • 3. Our approach on: Strategy & Operations, Scaling-up, Social Business Plans and Impact Evaluation
    • 4. One case study: Self-Financed Communities
  3. OUR INSPIRATION:
    THE STONE SOUP STORY.
    Solidarity
    Dynamism
    Collaboration
    Innovation
    Creativity
    Professionalism
  4. 5. AND NOW:
    OUR VERSION OF THE STORY.


    Strategy & Operations
    Scaling-up
    Social Business Plan
    Impact Evaluation

    Expertise
    Facilitation
    multisciplinarity
    International vision
    Best practices
    Mix of NF/FP methodologies
    Training
    Experience
    Competence
    Knowledge
    Resources
    Stone Soup Community
    Increased social impact
  5. 6. COMPLEMENTARITY OF APPROACHES
  6. 7. STRATEGY AND OPERATIONS
  7. 8. Why engage in a strategic/operational formulation or review?
    • To increase coherence between mission and action
    • 9. To improve effectiveness of a project, a programme, a portfolio or an organisation
    • 10. To create a solid framework for action
    • 11. To motivate people and improve team spirit
    • 12. To support change management processes
  8. SOCIAL BUSINESS MODEL
  9. 13. Why create a Social Business Model?
    • To help sustain a social initiative
    • 14. To integrate social goals into a for-profit company
    • 15. To improve / guarantee the effectiveness of a social initiative
    • 16. To optimise the social and ecologicalfootprint of the organisation
  10. IMPACT EVALUATION
  11. 17. Why engage in an impact evaluation process?
    • To learn from experience
    • 18. To confirm/demonstrate long-term results
    • 19. To improve effectiveness of a project, programme or portfolio
    • 20. To prepare for scaling-up the social impact
  12. SCALING UP
  13. 21. Why Scale-up?
    • To achieve the mission established by the leader of the initiative
    • 22. To create a better and wider impact
    • 23. To expand the scope of an action
    • 24. To build synergies, and to enrich and complement ideas, projects or programmes
    • 25. To create a virtuous sustainability circle.
  14. Build social communities
    Social investors
    Social entrepreneurs,
    Venture philantropists,
    NGOs
    Companies,
    Promote sound social investments
    Generate collective knowledge
    Strenghten Impact
  15. 26. Case study
    http://comunidadescaf.blogspot.com/
  16. 27. Financial Sustainability
    +
    Identity
    Strategy
  17. 28. Support to Scaling- Up
    (portugal pilot)
    Scaling-up
    implementation
  18. 29. Scaling-up
    Social Business Models
    Impact generation?
    Globlization strategy
    Open Source?
    Earned Income?
  19. 30. Systematization of Experiences Simplification of methodology
    Scaling-up
  20. 31. Coordination of scaling-up process
    Scaling-up
    More than 250 communities.
    Around 13.000 members
  21. 32. More information
    www.stone-soup.net
  22. 33.
  23. 34. THANK YOU!
    Sophie Robin
    Partner Spain
    + 34 634 937 650
    Sophie.robin@stone-soup.net
    Skype: sarobin

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