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Abstract Management culture shapes economic performance in social enterprises. Entrepreneurial orientation, taking care of the internal communication culture and a good anchoring of organisational goals and strategies lead to high achievement in a broad range of economic goals. These findings...
Abstract Social entrepreneurial ventures generally have lower profitability owing to poor value perceptions of their offerings, which negatively impact financial sustainability. A frequent antecedent is the negative view of marketing prevalent in the sector, requiring an attitudinal...
Abstract The aim of this article is to establish a conceptual connection between social innovation (SI) and utopia. Both refer to change in the future, imply an intent to bring about or envision a better state of affairs and therefore offer some critique of the present. Current concepts of SI...
Abstract The paper extends the Framework for Service Driven-driven Social Community by the inclusion of value co-creation, taken from the Service-Dominant Logic, and test the corresponding hypotheses. We, following a quantitative approach, surveyed members of two social communities, one in...
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