Social enterprise is so new that many aspiring entrepreneurs don’t know where to begin. They can now find their way thanks to a new guide stocked with advice from the field. “Breaking the Binary:  Policy Guide to Scaling Social Innovation,” recently published by the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, is a how-to on innovation geared toward social entrepreneurs and policymakers looking to improve their organizations. It profiles 12 government programs and 20 nonprofits working on the cutting edge of innovation, organizing them according to six broad categories of innovation. Because social enterprise is so new and untested, the guide highlights success stories and encourages readers to think about how to modify these solutions for their own context.