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Pay it Forward: the One for One model. Alley Cheung WMBA 510 – Global Enterprise Management Angelo A. Camillo , Ph.D. April 3, 2013. Responsibilities of a company. Honor human rights Demonstrate care Prevent long-term unintended consequences Honor sustainability

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pay it forward the one for one model

Pay it Forward: the One for One model

Alley Cheung

WMBA 510 –

Global Enterprise Management

Angelo A. Camillo, Ph.D.

April 3, 2013

responsibilities of a company
Responsibilities of a company
  • Honor human rights
  • Demonstrate care
  • Prevent long-term unintended consequences
  • Honor sustainability
  • Lead with transparency
  • To do the big job
  • Get people involved
  • Transform business into a force for good
  • Pay it forward
  • Make a change to the world
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Steps to change the business cultures:

Treating the Symptom

Treating the Cause

Restoring Health

treating the symptom buy one give one
Treating the Symptom –“Buy One, Give One”
  • Fulfill immediate, basic need
  • Donations-based programs
  • E.g. TOMS
    • Help preventing soil-transmitted diseases
    • Provide recipients access to schools
treating the cause buy one hire one
Treating the Cause –“Buy One, Hire One”
  • Gets to the root cause of the problem – poverty
  • Safeguards against the unintended negative by-product of foreign aid, i.e. A culture of Western dependency
  • E.g. VisionSpring
    • Focus on job creation
    • Provide trainings to people in developing countries
    • To provide eye exams and sell affordable glasses to their community
restoring health buy one fund one
Restoring Health –“Buy One, Fund One”
  • Fulfill higher-level needs
  • Create fully sustainable business model
  • E.g. The Naked Hippie
    • Self-described “purposed brand”
    • Invests profits in micro-loans
    • Helps individuals in developing countries to support themselves and make a difference
    • Respects and strengthens the capacity of people
    • Help them to identify their own problems and opportunities
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