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Introduction The common world enterprises are gain success in the market because of the strong entrepreneurship.

Entrepreneurship make the decision which will not interested by the others but it will accept by the market, that is potential of business growth. Therefore entrepreneurship is an important concept in the real world. However it wills not only reflection in the business sectors that also make major impact for the public sectors/society on the other hand entrepreneurship run the leadership in the society & it has a positive draw back against to the society. There are entrepreneurship behaviour and activity not only business sectors but also in public sectors and not for profit organisations. Today entrepreneurship plays the main role in the commercial & social sectors. Therefore it has a responsibility against to Commercial & Social sectors. In this section we will discuss the major variation of the commercial entrepreneurship & social entrepreneurship in relations with the Responsible leadership criteria. Structure

Broadly the approach is once the various theoretical issues and debates that have made significant contribution to the evolution of SE theory ,CE theory and practice are scrutinised, we should then designates a position in relation to these debates and conducts empirical investigations. The following measures help operationalize the study variables such as higher order strategies & sustainability. SE & CE intentions future course of action to be performed it is not simply an expectation of future actions but a proactive commitment to bringing them about. Intentions and actions are different aspects of a functional relation eparated in time. This skill set which is initially investigated through qualitative case studies and lessons learnt in successful comparison of SE & CE variation , is further validated through quantitative factor analysis. The justification for using a positivist approach to establish a skill set in the Social Entrepreneurship & Commercial Entrepreneurship based on the various eliments.
1. Viability As far as social entrepreneurship is concerned the viability of the strategies and the business decisions often become subjects of debates. Social entrepreneurs have to maintain a fine balance between preserving the welfare of the society and taking practical decisions from the business point of view. Thus, there are sometimes scopes of questions being raised regarding the practicability of the business decisions. In commercial entrepreneurship, the scopes of contradictions are comparatively much lower in this particular aspect. The business decisions are taken almost solely considering the revenues or benefits that can be gained from a particular venture. 2. Accountability Generally, social entrepreneurs do not prefer to be answerable to any particular board or committees regarding their activities the fields of social entrepreneurship, leaders mainly consider themselves accountable to the customers or clients that they serve. Delivering quality performance, while sustaining the environment, is considered as the sole accountability factor in this particular type of entrepreneurship. Clients are considered as the principal judge of the performance and ethical guidelines maintained by a business.

In the fields of commercial entrepreneurship, managers and leaders are primarily answerable to the higher authorities regarding their actions and performances. The accountability of the higher management, on the other hand, is almost solely directed towards maximizing profits and improving the performance of the business. Commercial entrepreneurs are also largely accountable to the various stakeholders of the business. Certainly, to a large extent, the entrepreneurs are accountable towards the customers. But unlike social entrepreneurship, the accountability in this case is not limited to the clients or customers only. 3. Ethics As far as social entrepreneurship is concerned, the ethical aspects of the business play an important role. There are some principal ethical guidelines that are prioritized in the field of social entrepreneurship. In social entrepreneurship, the environment is considered as one of the principal stakeholders. Accordingly, emphasis is laid on fulfilling the obligations of the business towards the environment. The ethical obligations, in case of social entrepreneurship are largely based on the basic moral values. In commercial entrepreneurship, generally, the ethical sense and awareness of the business is not as deep rooted as that of social entrepreneurship. Quite often, the ethical guidelines and sets of rules conflict with moral values. This is because, moral values, in case of commercial entrepreneurship, are often considered as secondary as compared to the ultimate goal of the business. 4. Decision making The decisions and business strategies implemented in the field of social entrepreneurship are directed towards the welfare of the society. The primary objectives of the implemented strategies are to use the profits generated by an organization to sustain the mission related activities. In the field of commercial entrepreneurship, the decisions are primarily motivated to garner profits for the organization. In social entrepreneurship, profits are used as means to accomplish larger goals. On the other hand, in commercial entrepreneurship, profits are the ends or the ultimate goal of a particular organization. 5. Acting in an appropriate manner The very basic ethical guideline of social entrepreneurship is to act in a manner, which will be adding value to the society Thus, social entrepreneurship, by principal, emphasizes on the appropriateness of the various business activities. Questions have often been raised regarding the appropriateness of the business decisions taken by many commercial entrepreneurs. The common perception is that some business activities certainly have negative impacts on the society at large. 6. Transparency By principal, social entrepreneurship lays stress on transparency regarding its various business activities. Ideally social entrepreneurship avoids ambiguity in order to maintain a clean image among the public. This particular ethical guideline is followed to preserve the faith of the clients that the various business activities, are not, in any way, adverse to environment or public health.

Maintaining transparency is not a necessary criterion in the fields of commercial entrepreneurship. Privacy is maintained regarding the various aspects of the business. Contrary to social entrepreneurship, many strategies that are taken by the management are considered to be confidential. 7. Observing community obligations In social entrepreneurship a particular organization is considered as an integral part of a community. The market within which a business operates is viewed as a large society, where the welfare of the customers is prioritized. There are strict regulations prohibiting an organization to be engaged in activities that may be detrimental to the community. Commercial entrepreneurship, on the other hand, recognizes the competitive market as the most essential part of the external environment of a particular business (Stoner, Wankel, 2007). However the present era, with the growing concerns about environmental hazards, the business organizations are displaying commitments towards fulfilling some basic obligations towards the community. 8. Integrity In social entrepreneurship, the aspect of integrity is generally viewed from multiple angles. Honesty towards the society is viewed as the main priority. Certainly, the managers also have to maintain integrity towards the business organization. In commercial entrepreneurship, integrity towards the business organization is prioritized. Integrity towards the target market can be defined as providing the value for money to the customers, maintaining a certain standard among others. However, the emphasis is lower, as compared to social entrepreneurship, on displaying and maintaining integrity towards preserving the welfare of the society. 9. Fair treatment Social entrepreneurship is based on policies of non-discrimination and an unbiased approach while hiring employees and dealing with staffs. Strict prohibitions are maintained against any king of partiality based on age, sex or religions. Commercial entrepreneurs are also ethically bound to treat employees and staffs equally. The hiring and retention process of employees are based strictly on their abilities and qualifications. In this particular aspect, both social and commercial entrepreneurship follow the same ethical guidelines. 10. Managing negative impacts of the work process One of the primary objectives of social entrepreneurship is to ensure that the business activities do not have any adverse effects on the environment, in any way. Otherwise, the very idea of brining about positive changes in the environment will prove to be self contradictory. Commercial entrepreneurs are increasingly becoming conscious and aware of the consequences of the various business related activities of organizations. However, the attitude of commercial enterprises, in general, is not a pro active as that of social entrepreneurs in this particular aspect. 11. Demonstrating humanity The actions and steps taken by social entrepreneurs are often directed towards assuring people that that they are members of the society. The actions are directed towards ensuring that a business

organization is not alienated from the community. For this, several humanitarian measures are often taken by the organizations. Commercial entrepreneurs, on the other hand, are not as conscious as social enterprises to display humanity through their activities. They tend to strike a balance between garnering profits and performing charitable activities.

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