From Organic and Local Gastropubs to Biz Incubators

By: Tiana Reid - Published: May 19, 2013
From organic and local gastropubs in the United Kingdom to biz incubators focusing on high-impact social innovation, these triple-bottom-line management mechanisms highlight the organizational process of business coordination and development.

Here are a few examples. McKinsey's 'What Matters' is a venture that runs alongside the company's web publication, McKinsey on Society, and involves mentors, contributors and innovators in creating purposeful social enterprises. On a relatively smaller scale, there is Hapinoy Store Program, which exists on the micro-entrepreneurial scale. Working in the Philippines, it is a social enterprise supporting entrepreneurs there to run and grow their convenient stores. These triple-bottom-line management mechanisms range in their mission and impact and also in their organizational status as some are non-profits and others are larger companies. Stats for 46 Triple-Bottom-Line Management Mechanisms Trending: Older & Average
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