Independent Innovators of Social OrganizationsDescargar archivo (.pdf 399Kb)
An independent innovator of social organizations is a person who has created an organization which has
had a profound impact on the continuing development on the ways that people relate to themselves or
others. The importance of examining this type of innovator lies in the active support of the European Union, a number of countries and several foundations to support would-be social innovators.
The purpose of this work is to examine the creation of new organizations that have had a profound
impact on creating the civilization in the past 200 years. The organizations included in this study are: YMCA, Boy Scouts, Women’s Institutes, the service club, international Red Cross, Jehovah’s Witnesses, So You Think You Can Dance and One Million Voices Against FARC.
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