Part of a guest lecture series organised by the Master of Studies in Social Innovation and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation.

Join our cohort of MSt in Social Innovation students for an open guest lecture with Colonel (ret) Professor Bill De Marco.

How does an innovator survive and thrive in one of the world’s most massive bureaucracies – the US Department of Defense? Bill has over three decades of experience in the American military from flying jets, commanding units, several deployments and in making change in bureaucracies along with some of the scars to prove it.

Speaker bio

Professor “Bill” DeMarco, (Col USAF, Ret) holds three Masters, a Fellow at Stanford University, and the University of Cambridge: he is a doctoral researcher at Middlesex University London. Bill is a five-time commander, teaches leadership and innovation at Air University, Auburn, Michigan, USC, a TEDx speaker, and Leadership Consultant.

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Date: 9 December 2021
Start Time: 17:00
End Time: 19:00

 

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Date: 9 December 2021
Start Time: 17:00
End Time: 19:00