Weekly Round-up – December 15

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This week, we bring to you a few more quick articles that are easy to read over your morning cup of coffee. We hope these can be a resource to you as you gather the toolkit of social enterprise development in your local communities. As always, we continue to be inspired by your creativity and imagination for what social enterprise can mean to the church. We are so thankful for you and your kingdom witness through business!

A scientific case for daydreaming as propelling creativity.

Why we need to embrace rapid prototyping as key to solving problems.

Learn the complexity of measuring the outcomes of community programs.

Think creativity about how to finance your start-up idea.

Inspiring millennials with a purpose-driven enterprise.

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