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Social innovation

Cambridge Judge Business School announced today that a new Master of Studies in Social Innovation degree programme will launch in 2016, developed by the Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge. Applications open from late 2015. The Masters will be…

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Revolutionary fervour

Neil Stott of Cambridge Judge writes foreword to values report. Global Tolerance, a social change consultancy, has released a report entitled "The Values Revolution" that examines what people think about organisations - businesses, governments and non-profits - when it comes…

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The Huffington Post: Welcome to the values revolution

Noa Gafni, Co-Managing Director of Global Tolerance, looks at values - how they impact people's life and work, and how organisations should adapt them. Global Tolerance has released the Values Revolution report earlier this year. Dr Neil Stott, Senior Teaching…

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Growth Business: More than half of millennials would work harder if employer ‘was making a difference to others’

The new report published by Global Tolerance finds that millennials (those born between born between 1981 and 1996) would work harder for the company that has a positive social impact. Dr Neil Stott, Executive Director for the Centre for Social…

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The Guardian: It’s not just millennials: nearly half of Brits want jobs that change the world

The Values Revolution, a new report by social change consultancy Global Tolerance, found that "British people are dissatisfied with traditional business practices" and almost half of people want to work with companies that have a positive impact on the world.…

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The road to social change

Making a difference to society is a noble aim, and leaders shouldn't be put off by a few bumps along the way, says Dr Neil Stott, Chief Executive of Keystone Development Trust and Executive Director of the Centre for Social…

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Why change isn’t always for the better

When it comes to public services, reform is often in the eye of the beholder, says Dr Neil Stott, Chief Executive of Keystone Development Trust and Executive Director, Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School. Are you a "change…

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The Centre for Social Innovation blog: Public sector dinosaur

In order to be effective, all innovation needs to be managed – innovative organisations balance risk across all three areas. And in this I see a role for the public sector, both in encouraging enterprise within and without its own…

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Our thoughts: the Centre for Social Innovation blog: Public enterprise

Anyone who has worked within a public body, as I have, can attest to the ebb and flow of inertia and innovation as policy entrepreneurs seek to change, innovate or carve out new resources or power bases. Change has become…

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Dealing with the bureaucracy bogeyman

The public sector doesn’t always get great press but, says Neil Stott, Chief Executive of Keystone Development Trust and Executive Director of the Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School, it just might surprise you. Bureaucratic. Risk averse.…

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