Some of the most innovative social entrepreneurs from over 30 countries participated in INSEAD’s Social Entrepreneurship Programme (ISEP) In Fontainebleau and Singapore in 2010.
"I enjoyed discussing the mindsets of individual social entrepreneurs and what makes them different from others. At the base of the discussion on mindsets were different skills of discovery and delivery. It was interesting to compare our individual results with those of other colleagues on interestingly designed individual and group charts.
Finally, the most interesting part of the executive programme was the tension between the social and commercial goals of our enterprises. Clearly, there is no one model that calms this tension as different things work in different environments. Still, I think these discussions were groundbreaking and many of us went home with a profoundly different way of looking at the work we are doing."
Zoran Puljic, Director, Mozaik Foundation, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Regional Social Entrepreneur of the Year, Central and Eastern Europe, 2009