Corporate Social Innovation (CSI) uses business resources and expertise to create social value. This can take many forms, from developing new products or services that address social problems to working with partners to make a social impact. As a business owner, you know there's much more to running your company than just making money.
While social innovation and sustainability may seem like an easy thing to do, it can be difficult when it comes to innovation. If you're trying to create something new, you need to make sure that it's sustainable so that you don't hurt yourself or others. Sustainability is the ability to meet the needs of the current generation without compromising those of future generations.
The number of entrepreneurship education, training, and role of design thinking in entrepreneurship has increased over the last ten years in K–12 and higher education settings worldwide. Moreover, entrepreneurship is increasingly being recognized as a tool for cultivating 21st-century skills like creativity, teamwork, self-efficacy, and critical thinking, as well as a driver of job creation and economic progress.
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