Entrepreneurship is now an important part of leadership. In today’s competitive environment, businesses can survive and thrive when managers or owners encourage their employees to share new ideas and innovations to improve the workplace. As a former temp administrative assistant, I have observed many innovations that work – and don’t work- on the job. entrepreneurship are shown in Table 2 (Kilic et al., 2012: 425). With the social philanthropic efforts of Warren Buffet and Bill Gates gaining a high degree of attention, business plan and many leaders engaging in activities to promote social advocacy, corporations are seeking ways to also gain exposure with social entrepreneurship. Social entrepreneurship from the corporate perspective can be defined as corporate social initiatives used by a corporate entity as vehicle to show support for social causes. In recent years, many Fortune 500 companies have implemented social ventures with the intent of enhancing their corporate image through providing funding for various social causes.