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From “Too Big to Solve” to “Too Big to Fail”

Shifting the perspective from “Too big to solve” to “Too big to fail” — what traditional non-profits and NGOs can learn from business students who are at the forefront of social change. Can the next generation of global social entrepreneurs create radical innovation breakthroughs that actually solve social issues?

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Yale students to provide free consulting services to social enterprises

A group of Yale MBA students will travel to Cape Town, South Africa during spring break to provide pro bono consulting services to social enterprises. The 25 students are classmates in Global Social Enterprise (GSE), an elective course and student-led club at the Yale School of Management (SOM).

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