The New World-Changer Edit Title

It may be that the 1990s trend with staying power wasn't dotcoms, but dot-orgs. Growth rate of new nonprofits exceeds that of private business formation and government expansion. Interest in social enterprise is growing and MBA programs are drawing a different type of student. More "want to make money and produce profits, but they want their work to have meaning and a social mission."

The New World-Changer

In 1989 at Harvard Business School, J. Gregory Dees, then an assistant professor, proposed a class to study entrepreneurs solving social problems. "I was pretty much told, 'That's not what we do here,' " Dees says. "It was squashed." But Dees was onto something powerful.

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