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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Social Entrepreneurship by University of Pennsylvania

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59 reviews

About the Course

How do we create innovative and effective solutions to social problems around the world ? This course was designed for individuals and organizations who want to identify and bring about transformative societal change. Professors Jim Thompson and Ian “Mac” MacMillan help you develop both a strategy and a framework for your social enterprise based on their years of experience and expertise teaching social entrepreneurship and advising entrepreneurs. You’ll learn how to define a social problem, understand contextual realities, develop a solution, and plan for effective deployment. By the end of this course, you’ll have a deep understanding of the realities of launching an enterprise, be prepared for every step of the process, and put your social entrepreneurial venture on the path to success....

Top reviews

DD

Apr 30, 2020

Great course on Entrepreneurship providing insights on crating a great business strategy according to the demographics and effective implementation.

KF

Feb 07, 2020

The lecturers have in depth knowledge of the topics and the examples used the the course were done in such a way that i could easily relate with.

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By Jamie D

Jan 31, 2018

It was good but maybe a bit basic for me. The instructors could have been more engaging and at times were difficult to understand. Really liked the examples and using the same example through out the course helped see the big picture.

By Anant S

Feb 19, 2018

Good introductory course on social entrepreneurship :)

By Luber P

Sep 07, 2020

The material could offer a wider set of examples.

By Muhammad S

May 27, 2020

good explenation and study

By Leonel S

Apr 02, 2018

Very good teachers.

By Chow Y S

Jul 04, 2020

A few interesting concepts but the lectures were rather mundane. Would be a better course if the professors can be more engaging instead of just reading off the slides provided. Honestly, this specific course is not as engaging as other professors at Wharton but the e-book provided would be quite beneficial

By Elizabeth P

Feb 13, 2019

Some interesting concepts, but too many are either "super basic" and/or very academic (eg. Analysis/Paralysis)

By Gina D F

May 08, 2020

Professors were a little boring and not as engaging as other professors at Wharton

By Priyanka M

Jun 03, 2019

Good information, but a little slow