Build lasting value and social capital
When economic growth fails to consider the community, it’s unlikely to have lasting, positive impacts on broader society.
Social value – the value that people place on the changes they experience in their lives – and social capital – the interpersonal relationships, institutions and other social assets of a society/group that can be used to gain advantage – are important considerations for entrepreneurs who are dependent on the support of communities.
This course highlights the importance of value and social capital in the ultimate impact of entrepreneurial ventures.
• Defining and contrasting value and social capital
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to...
- Explore the major differences between value and social capital
- Assess the importance of socio-economic growth
Who is the course for?
This course is for anyone interested in entrepreneurship, or a particular entrepreneurial project, and the role that impact measurement plays in the process. This course is part of the PG Cert in Entrepreneurship.