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How to Build Effective, Democratic, Change-Minded Organizations - The EDCO Model
Published: 2010
Organization: Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego
Project: Middle East Entrepreneur Training Program in the U.S. (MEET U.S.)
English

This presentation offers tips for building effective, democratic, change-minded organizations (EDCOs). It walks users through building a change model and includes tools for EDCO success.


Developing an Effective Board
Published: 2010
Organization: Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego
Project: Middle East Entrepreneur Training Program in the U.S. (MEET U.S.)
English

This presentation focuses on creating and managing effective boards. It reviews  different board types, board member responsibilities, how boards can help with fundraising and tips for managing and organizing boards.


Assessment Tool
Published: 2010
Organization: Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego
Project: Middle East Entrepreneur Training Program in the U.S. (MEET U.S.)
English

This worksheet is a tool for company leadership to assess a firm's three-year vision plan - the reality of the organization, where they hope to see it go, and gaps between reality and hopes.


Leadership Development Module
Published: 2010
Organization: Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego
Project: Middle East Entrepreneur Training Program in the U.S. (MEET U.S.)
English

The presentation focuses on U.S. leadership theories and models, Campbell Leadership Descriptors assessment and leadership characteristics.


Using Values & Vision
Published: 2010
Organization: Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego
Project: Middle East Entrepreneur Training Program in the U.S. (MEET U.S.)
English

This presentation focuses on the key components of vision, characteristics of winning organizations and what it means for values to guide life choices. It includes several exercises for clarification of individual and corporate values and discusses the process of creating alignment.


Exercises to Accompany Using Values & Vision
Published: 2010
Organization: Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego
Project: Middle East Entrepreneur Training Program in the U.S. (MEET U.S.)
English

These slides accompany the Using Values & Vision presentation. Included are templates for three exercises: individual values clarification, corporate values clarification and values-business processes alignment.


Ethical Decision-Making
Published: 2010
Organization: Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego
Project: Middle East Entrepreneur Training Program in the U.S. (MEET U.S.)
English

The presentation gives an overview of ethics, social contract theory and ethical decision making. Also included are questions that decision-makers can ask themselves to assess whether they are making ethical choices.


Survey of Ethical Theoretic Aptitudes
Published: 2010
Organization: Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego
Project: Middle East Entrepreneur Training Program in the U.S. (MEET U.S.)
English

This handout accompanies the Ethical Decision-Making presentation and provides a survey on ethical aptitudes. It was reproduced from F. Neil Brady's Ethical Managing: Rules and Results (1990; Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, New York: pages 211-213).


Leadership That Lasts - The Personal Dimensions of Leadership
Published: 2010
Organization: Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego
Project: Middle East Entrepreneur Training Program in the U.S. (MEET U.S.)
English

The presentation focuses on aspects of leadership, including the importance of showing authenticity, creating trust and exuding optimism.


Leadership That Lasts Worksheets
Published: 2010
Organization: Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego
Project: Middle East Entrepreneur Training Program in the U.S. (MEET U.S.)
English

This worksheet accompanies the Leadership That Lasts presentation and includes questions about qualities admired in leaders and provides space for a self-assessment of leadership qualities.


Innovation Strategies - A Workshop for the MEET U.S. Program
Published: 2010
Organization: Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego
Project: Middle East Entrepreneur Training Program in the U.S. (MEET U.S.)
English

This presentation focuses on the concept of corporate entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial intensity, the importance of developing skills in creativity, and strategies for entrepreneurship, innovation and creativity.


Work Sheets: Innovation Strategies - A Workshop for the MEET U.S. Program
Published: 2010
Organization: Rady School of Management, University of California, San Diego
Project: Middle East Entrepreneur Training Program in the U.S. (MEET U.S.)
English

These worksheets follow the structure of the Innovation Strategies presentation and invite trainees to reflect on directions for corporate entrepreneurship, leveraging corporate assets, process innovation and product development.


An Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship (Module 1)
Published: 2010
Organization: ICF International
Project: US-Saudi Forum on Social Entrepreneurship
English

This presentation offers an introduction to social entrepreneurship, walks learners through the first steps of identifying needs and gives examples of social enterprises. The instructor's notes provide answers to the questions posed on the slides.


Tools and Tips to Becoming a Social Entrepreneur (Module 2)
Published: 2010
Organization: ICF International
Project: US-Saudi Forum on Social Entrepreneurship
English

This presentation gives an overview of how to become a social entrepreneur. It offers techniques to starting a project, including brainstorming and individual assets audits, as well as tools such as social networking to ensure far reach. The instructor's notes help navigate the presentation.


Seminar Curriculum (Module 2)
Published: 2010
Organization: ICF International
Project: US-Saudi Forum on Social Entrepreneurship
English

This document offers an overview of how to become a social entrepreneur, including techniques for starting a project, brainstorming and individual assets audits. It also describes tools such as social networking to ensure far reach. Self-reflection exercises are included, focusing on the process leading to social impact. It is to be used with the presentation prepared for the second module.


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