Carroll School of Management Professor Mary Cronin and BC School of Social Work Professor of Macro Practice Tiziana Dearing are editors of Managing for Social Impact (Springer Press, 2017), which debuted as an Amazon #1 New Release in business ethics. Managing for Social Impact presents innovative strategies for sustainable, socially responsible enterprise management from leading thinkers in the fields of corporate citizenship, nonprofit management, social entrepreneurship, impact investing, community-based economic development and urban design. The book’s integration of research and practitioner perspectives with focused best practice examples offers an in-depth, balanced analysis, providing new insights into the social issues that are most relevant to organizational stakeholders. The editors also provide a chapter describing a new strategic framework for enhancing the Return on Social Innovation (ROSI) through four pillars of social change: Open Circles, Focused Purpose Sharing, Mutuality of Success, and a Persistent Change Perspective. Read a Q&A with Dearing in the BC School of Social Work blog.