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Seven decades on

A study at Cambridge Judge Business School examines how Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) housing associations in England developed and evolved since …

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Enterprising fellows

Bruno Cotta and Dr Neil Stott of Cambridge Judge Business School are named new Fellows of Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge, …

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Five things you should know about digital gender-based violence (DGBV), and ways to curb it

Dr Lilia Giugni, Research Associate at the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation and co-founder and CEO of GenPol, shares five insights everyone …

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Social innovation labs

A research paper by a recent graduate of the Masters in Social Innovation programme at Cambridge Judge Business School is published by …

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Handy inclusion

Newly published Handbook of Inclusive Innovation is co-edited by Professor Paul Tracey of Cambridge Judge and includes several contributions from the School. …

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Cambridge Social Innovation Blog

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

The Corporate Pivot: radical change in times of crisis

Last year, Professor Paul Tracey, Professor of Innovation & Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored a study which focused on the issues of ‘pivoting’ as faced by startups that had to adapt to changing circumstances. In this article, Paul re-examines the concept of pivoting as large companies and corporations radically shift their business models […]

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Pam Mungroo
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The Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation – COVID-19 announcement

From Dr Neil Stott The waterways in Venice are running clear, neighbours are exercising together (at a safe distance) in the streets, singing can be heard from balconies, and the pollution levels are dropping. These are just a few of the many unexpected positive moments that are happening around the world because of a virus […]

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The Cambridge Social Innovation Prize 2020

What would you do with £10, 000 to help your social enterprise? The Cambridge Social Innovation Prize is in its second year, giving the UK’s outstanding social enterprises the opportunity to be one of the final four to win £10,000 each. With a focus on helping others with basic needs like housing, nutrition and health, […]

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Pam Mungroo
Pam Mungroo

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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. In this episode, …

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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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The motivation to deliver social value give social enterprises a competitive advantage

As government budgets around the world come under increasing pressure, there is renewed interest in what public services can be better delivered …

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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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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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