Search Of Noble Organizing : A Study On Social Entrepreneurship

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In Search of Noble Organizing: A Study in Social Entrepreneurship Alka Srivastva studied the potential behind noble intentions and actionable social purpose. The reciprocal relationship between ethical behavior and value based activities depends heavily on the entrepreneurship mindset, personality, and economic values. Meaning entrepreneurship, when broken down, is about the person, act, and business entity. Alka Srivastva discovered 6 traits that he deemed universal of those traits the most impactful appeared to be reinvention, reverberation, and value lead direction. It is important for the organization to have high moral quality, in other words the word noble is used as a qualifier and a verb to the governing influence philosophy. Noble goes beyond the simple statement to action. (Srivastva, 2004) Alka Srivastva also determined 4 qualifies usually unique to each organization known as core image, core commitment, core task, and core output. The core image involves the noble intentions of the organization. The core commitment is the process of converting the noble intention into an actionable social change. Core task is the adaptability that comes with responding to growth in addition to trial and error within acting out the plans to erect social change. Lastly, core output is as it sounds, the subsequent emergence of a structure and sustainable organization. All of which are affected by the quality of the vision and leadership, which influence sustainability. (Srivastva,

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