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Social mission

Professor Muhammad Yunus, who won a Nobel Prize for pioneering microcredit in Bangladesh, tells the CJBS Perspectives video series on leadership about…

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Social impact

People and firms affiliated with Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation are honoured by the social enterprise community. Many people and organisations associated…

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First of its kind

Paper by Dr Neil Stott and Dr Michelle Fava of Cambridge Judge appears in special journal issue on Black Business and Management…

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Giving back, paying forward

How our Master of Studies in Social Innovation student community is supporting each other. The MSt in Social Innovation equips our students…

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Broadening perspectives

The contributions of black business and management leaders is the focus of the latest Social Innovation Think Tank webinar at Cambridge Judge. …

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Cambridge Social Innovation Blog

Posts from our guest authors and our staff on social innovation.

  • by Pam Mungroo
    The Social Innovation Think Tank The Social Innovation Think Tank series explores the power of social innovation in the modern world; sharing its necessity and capacity to challenge the status quo. The monthly series is […]
  • by Pam Mungroo
    Written by Richard Akerele, MSt in Social Innovation and Graduate Associate Research Fellow for the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation. Sometimes the significance of a particular moment only becomes clear once you look back and […]
  • by Pam Mungroo
    The Social Innovation Think Tank The Social Innovation Think Tank series explores the power of social innovation in the modern world, sharing its necessity and capacity to challenge the status quo. The monthly series is […]
  • by Pam Mungroo
    The rural and remote communities of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, are the source of many fascinating historical and contemporary examples of organising for social change and provide the backdrop and the inspiration for the work […]
  • by Pam Mungroo
    Written by Rania Rahardja, a student on our MSt in Social Innovation programme, who matriculated with Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge. Over the next two years, we’ll follow the journey of some of our […]

Innovation ecosystems (The Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series)

Innovation ecosystems – networks and places to exchange ideas – are helping to unlock value through collaboration across industries. L-R: Professor Shahzad…

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The challenges for social enterprise

Neil Stott, Chief Executive of the Keystone Development Trust, talks about the challenges of retaining social and financial returns on investment in…

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Your vote can help solve world hunger

A Cambridge Judge Business School team of students is competing in the Hult Global Case Challenge. Here they speak about their idea…

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Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, BRAC: Want to help? First research

Proper research is vital in helping poverty stricken populations in developing countries, says Sir Fazle Hasan Abed The Chairman and Founder of…

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Caring from the community

The vulnerable elderly could be one group to benefit if new models of social enterprise were funded and developed sooner rather than…

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Training people in Scotland to be community organisers

Dr Neil Stott and Dr Michelle Fava from Cambridge Judge Business School's Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation are collaborating with the Development…

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The Social Innovation Concentration, on the Cambridge MBA

Professor Paul Tracey draws together his wide network of leaders in the sector to deliver the highly personalised Social Innovation Concentration on…

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Stefano Scarpetta, OECD: Youth unemployment and skill mismatch

A Centre for International Business and Management (CIBAM) panel discussion entitled 'Job Mismatch and the Pursuit of Talent' prompted a variety of…

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