Ideas. Cities. Social Innovation.

On the flipside of this scenario, are the organisations and institutions that continue to flourish, grow, and apparently seamlessly morph into hybrids and different types of organisations where profit is not the only driver. A closer look at them reveals that far from undergoing huge make-overs they have in fact made clever adjustments based on key insights about their place in the world and how they want to engage and interact with it. For many such businesses, these adjustments have stemmed from the need to stay competitive, genuine curiosity and a desire to understand how they impact and serve their communities. Social entrepreneurs are well placed to answer some of these questions and help implement and refine the processes required to reach these new operating frameworks.