The first book of its kind has been written in Israel describing the affect of social capital on venture performance in the CLICK not-for-profit organization. Results demonstrated the merit of employing social networks, to enhance information and resource attainment, highlighting the value of social trust as an important influence on decision making, according to a time line.

The research in the book was part of a doctoral project conducted by CLICK’S director Dr Linda Mosek, at the Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship, Swinburne University of Technology, under the supervision of Professor Murray Gillin. The research was awarded the “QSR International Award -Best Application of Qualitative Softwar