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Harvard ID 60799660
Change Challenge Format
Describe the situation you would like to change
An uncooperative relationship in the field of e-books between readers, writers, publishers,
bookstores, and internet bookstores in Turkey.
MY GOAL S
Creating a larger collection of e-books
(more than 50.000 books) in order to
provide a wide variety of choices to read
for Turkish readers
Providing more sources of income for
authors, publishers and other mediators.
The Stakeholders Major Cha
The Value Preposition
The Stakeholders The Value
The readers Reaching a great variety of books in an easy and cheap
way through e-books
The Authors Possibility of reaching more readers, having a better
reputation and earning more
The Publishers -Earning m
Case: The Town Librarian and the Latchkey Children. HKS case
Please answer these questions based on the case, and your own experience
1. What opportunities for change does the librarian have?
W H A T IS A LO G IC M O D E L?
A logic model presents a picture of how your effort or initiative is supposed to work.
It explains why your strategy is a good solution to the problem at hand. Effective
logic models make an explicit, often visual, statemen
Everyone a Changemaker
Social Entrepreneurships Ultimate Goal
by Bill Drayton
As published in the Winter 2006 edition of
The MIT Press
Ashoka is a global association of the worlds leading
social entrepreneurs. It helps them both get started and succeed
Mr. eBook is Dead:
The father of eBooks in Turkey-Melih Arats life ended in an extraordinary way.
When he was ten, a car hit him while in his way to buy some hardcopy books,
and same destiny found him
Schools and Universities
Reaching a great variety of books in an easy and cheap
way through e-books
Possibility of reaching more readers, having a better
Scaling Social Impact
Strategies for spreading social innovations
By Gregory Dees & Beth Battle Anderson Spring 2004
Gregory J. Dees, Beth Battle Anderson, Jane Wei-Skillern (2004).
Scaling Social Impact: Strategies for Spreading S