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An interesting article on why women are a natural fit for social innovation due to their ability to adapt and make the best of limited resources. Here is an excerpt from the article that we found particularly interesting:

Social enterprises are the cathedrals of today. They require huge amount of faith, resources and energy to be built, as what they supposedly deal with cannot be fixed instantly. The smartest among them trigger the growth of co-related networks and micro-economies, they amplify spiritual and cultural energy and gather masses. They are a shelter for ideas, people and resources and save many souls.

Read the article here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/social-enterprise-network/2012/jan/11/women-social-enterprise-innovators.

What is your take on this? Do women really have the secret algorithm to being successful social entrepreneurs?