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Advancing Social Enterprise Education: The Place of Employee-Owned Businesses and Cooperatives in the Social Enterprise Movement

Advancing Social Enterprise Education: The Place of Employee-Owned Businesses and Cooperatives in the Social Enterprise Movement

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HeadSpace Lecture/Presentation, Sheffield Business School - 7th December, by Dr Rory Ridley-Duff
HeadSpace Lecture/Presentation, Sheffield Business School - 7th December, by Dr Rory Ridley-Duff

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HeadSpace Presentation 
Advancing Social Enterprise Education
The place of employee-owned and cooperative
enterprises in the social enterprise movement
Dr Rory Ridley-Duff, Sheffield Business School(emailr.ridley-duff@shu.ac.uk)Course Leader -
MSc Social Enterprise & Business Democracy 
UnLtd/HEFCE Ambassadorfor Social Enterprise
7
th
December 2010
 
An orientation for this talk…
“Anyone unable to learn from historyis living in the dark ages.”
 
Theorising „social‟ in social enterprise
Social purpose 
enterprises
(most CICs, CLGs, Charities)
:
 –Where social enterprise is seen as „business with a social purpose‟, only the
task 
of theenterprise is socialised.
 –
Relationships are developed to pursue a (social) mission, and are justified if they
contribute to the organisation‟s mission to improve human well
-being.
 –
The underlying management philosophy remains
unchanged 
, usually rooted in
 „rationalist‟ and „managerialist‟ logic based on board control.
Socialised 
enterprises
(IPSs, some CLSs, CICs/CLGs):
 –Where social enterprise is seen as the „socialising‟ of entrepreneurial and business
processes, both
power 
and
task 
are socialised.
 –Relationships viewed as „ends‟ not „means‟: economic activity is selected on the basis
of its contribution to social well-being.
 –Management philosophy is changed, based on concepts such as „mutuality‟, „reciprocity‟, „representative and/or direct democracy‟.
Ridley-
Duff, R. J. (2010b) “Social Rationality and its Implications for Social Entrepreneurial Thinking”, Plenary to
2010 Research Colloquium on Social Entrepreneurship 
, Oxford University, 22
nd
 –
25
th
June 2010.

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