Muhammad Yunus, An Example of Drucker’s Principles

Weekend reading from Business Week on Muhammad Yunus’ new book:

Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus, who pioneered the concept of microcredit—providing the poorest of the poor with tiny loans to start their own moneymaking ventures—is promoting a new idea these days. He calls it “social business,” and in his just-released book, Creating a World Without Poverty, he contends that it promises to relegate destitution across the globe to where it belongs: inside a museum.

Link to Businessweek.

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