Index – Humanistic Management: Social Entrepreneurship and Mindfulness, Volume II

Accion International, business model, 11–12

Acumen Fund, 14–15

adaptation and performance, mindfulness, 105

AI. See Appreciative Inquiry

alternative reality games (ARGs), 46

anticipatory principle, 146–147

Appreciative Inquiry (AI), 149–150

anticipatory principle, 146–147

definition, 144

framework of, 158–159

leadership, 155

poetic principle, 145

positive principle, 147

simultaneity principle, 146

social-constructionist principle, 144–145

steps of, 147–152

transformational power, 152–155

appreciative leadership, 155

illumination, 157

inclusion, 156–157

inquiry, 157

inspiration, 157

integrity, 157–158

Bandung, Indonesia (chicken feed market). See JCI Bandung

be a creator, humanism, 142

business ecosystem, JCI Bandung, 89–90

business models of microfinance

Accion International, 11–12

finance and investing, 12–14

Grameen Bank, 9–11

Calvert Social Investment Foundation, 15–17

chicken feed market, JCI Bandung. See JCI Bandung

commercial service providers, mental disability, 70–71

community service department, 30

Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), 61

corporate financial performance (CFP), 85

corporate social action (CSA), 86. See also JCI Bandung

corporate social entrepreneurship (CSE), 17–18

leadership, 18

strategy, 18

structure, 19

systems, 19

CRPD. See Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

creativity and learning, mindfulness, 109–111

creativity, mindfulness, 105

culture of organization, mindfulness, 108–109

decision makers, mental disability, 72–74

decision making, mindfulness, 111–112

Define phase, AI, 147–148

Design phase, AI, 151

Destiny phase, AI, 151–152

dignity, 10, 23–25, 44

direct/indirect participatory mechanisms, 74, 75

Discover phase, AI, 148–149

diversity management, mindfulness, 105–106

Dream phase, AI, 150–151

ecosystem analysis, JCI Bandung, 89–90

embedded social enterprises model, 8–9

employees, mental disability, 70–71

employment opportunities, Homeboy Industries, 34–37

environmental sustainability, JCI Bandung, 97

exercises. See walkabout exercises, mindfulness

external social enterprises model, 7

financial sustainability

JCI Bandung, 95–96

social enterprises, 52

follow-up hire form, Homeboy Industries, 32

formal/informal participatory mechanisms, 74, 75

4D-cycle, AI, 148, 152

“freeze-unfreeze-refreeze” metaphor, 146

Games for Change, 46–48

gamification, 45

gaming, 45–46. See also warm-up advanced games; wrap-up games

General Meeting of the Members (GMM), 59

formal/direct participatory mechanisms, 76–77

informal/indirect participatory mechanisms, 77–79

Grameen Bank, business model, 6, 9–11

Homeboy Industries

adversity and change, 30

approach, 33

challenges and opportunities, 23–25

clients of, 30–31

commitment to the cause, 28–29

employment opportunities, 34–37

ex-offenders, 25–26

follow-up hire form, 32

Iron Workers union, 37–38

job placements, 38

programs, 29–31

recidivism and unemployment, 25–27

risk, 33–34

values and culture, 31–32

human dignity, 10, 23–25, 44

humanism, 141–142

AI (see Appreciative Inquiry (AI))

organizations practice, 142–143

humanistic management, 44–45. See also mindful management

principles, 117

illumination, appreciative leadership, 157

improvisation, mindfulness, 117–122

participants, 135–138

post-warm-up advanced games, 127–133

warm-up exercises, 122–127

wrap-up games, 133–135

inclusion, appreciative leadership, 156–157

Indonesia (chicken feed market). See JCI Bandung

innovation and learning, mindfulness, 105

innovative business models, 10–11

inquiry, appreciative leadership, 157

inspiration, appreciative leadership, 157

integrated social enterprises model, 8

integrity, appreciative leadership, 157–158

interviews, Koispe legal model, 64–66

Iron Workers union, 37–38

IT security, mindfulness, 105

JCI Bandung, 85–88

ecosystem analysis, 89–90

financials, 95–96

market attractiveness, 88–89

market, targeting, 94–95

objectives, 87

pricing and promotion, 95

principles, 86–87

recommendation, 96–97

service model, 93–94

supply model, 92–93

SWOT analysis, 90–92

women, role of, 88

job placements, Homeboy Industries, 38

Jobs For A Future (JFAF) program, 29–30, 31

Koispe Athena-Elpis (KAE), 64

category, 67

economic element, 66

formal/direct participatory mechanisms, 76–77

informal/indirect participatory mechanisms, 77–79

mental disability (see mental disability, KAE)

organizational departments, 70

participatory governance in, 74–75

social element, 66–67

Koispe legal model, 56–57

codes and themes, 65–66

equal participation, 62–63

GMM, 59

interviews, 64–66

management board, 59–60

member category, 58–59

methods, 63–66

supervisory board, 60–61

lack of maturity, Koispe legal model, 62

Langer’s mindfulness conception, 104–105, 115

leadership

AI, 155–158

CSE, 18

relational aspect of, 158–159

Limited Liability Social Cooperative, 56

live intensely, humanism, 142

management board, GMM, 59–60

market, JCI Bandung

attractiveness, 88–89

targeting, 94–95

membership and ownership, mental disability, 71–72

mental disability, KAE, 67–68. See also Koispe legal model

decision makers, 72–74

employees and commercial services, 70–71

formal/direct participatory mechanisms, 76–77

informal/indirect participatory mechanisms, 77–79

membership and ownership, 71–72

mental health services and vocational training, recipients of, 68–69

participatory governance, 74–79

mental health counseling, 30

microcredit banking, 6

microfinance, business models of

Accion International, 11–12

finance and investing, 12–14

Grameen Bank, 9–11

mindful management

diversity management, 105–106

motivation, 106

negotiation and conflict resolution, 107

mindfulness

measurement, 105

mindlessness vs., 104

organizational outcomes, 104–105

strategy, 107–108

through improv (see improvisation)

mindfulness and organizational relevance

creativity and learning, 109–111

culture of organization, 108–109

decision making, 111–112

mindlessness, 104

minimum order quantity (MOQ), 93

models of social entrepreneurship

embedded social enterprises, 8–9

external social enterprises, 7

integrated social enterprises, 8

motivation, mindfulness, 106

negotiation and conflict resolution, mindfulness, 107

organization, mindful

attention, 105

creativity and learning, 109–111

culture, 108–109

decision making, 111–112

outcomes, 104–105

safety climates, 105

organizations practice, humanism, 142–143

Pan-Hellenic Federation of Koispe (POKOISPE), 73

participants, mindfulness, 135–138

participatory governance, 52–53

in KAE, 74–79

Koispe legal model and (see Koispe legal model)

poetic principle, 145

positively resist, humanism, 142

positive principle, 147

pricing and promotion, JCI Bandung, 95

principles of AI

anticipatory principle, 146–147

poetic principle, 145

positive principle, 147

simultaneity principle, 146

social-constructionist principle, 144–145

proverbs, wrap-up games, 134–135

Proyecto Pastoral, 28, 29

recipients, mental disability, 68–69

release/transition program, 30

serious games, 46–48

service model, JCI Bandung, 93–94

simultaneity principle, 146

Smith v. Amtrak, 34

social-constructionist principle, 144–145

social enterprises

concept of, 51–52

financial sustainability, 52

Koispe legal model, 56–57

and participatory governance, 52–53

role and function, 54

WISE paradigm, 54–57

social entrepreneurship, 3–4, 43–44

aim, 5, 6

CSE, 17–19

definition of, 4

microcredit banking, 6

microfinance (see microfinance, business models of)

models of, 7–9

qualities of, 6–7

social impact investing, 14–17

Social Entrepreneurship Law, 55

social gaming, 45–46

social impact investing

Acumen Fund, 14–15

Calvert Social Investors, 15–17

Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), 27

special characteristics, Koispe legal model, 62

steps of AI

Define phase, 147–148

Design phase, 151

Destiny phase, 151–152

Discover phase, 148–149

Dream phase, 150–151

strategy, CSE, 18

strategy, mindfulness, 107–108

structural/nonstructural participatory mechanisms, 74, 75

structure, CSE, 19

structured process, KAE, 74–79

supervisory board, GMM, 60–61

supply model, JCI Bandung, 92–93

SWOT analysis, JCI Bandung, 90–92

systems, CSE, 19

transformational power, AI, 152–155

trust, 6, 13, 154

underlying risk, Koispe legal model, 62

Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity (VUCA), 117

walkabout exercises, mindfulness, 122–126

warm-up advanced games

Boink to change directions, 128–129

Bumper, 133

energy ball whoosh exercise, 127–128

gesture-buildup, 130–131

gesture-response, 131–132

names, 132

passing-the-names, 132

ramp to skip a player, 129–130

Zip-Zap-Zop, 132–133

weak financial position, Koispe legal model, 56–57

women role, JCI Bandung, 88

work integration social enterprises (WISE), 54–57

wrap-up games, 133–135

Ya’stuvo Tattoo Removal service, 30