Tag Archives: corporate social responsibility

Rebuilding trust in business and technology

Rebuilding trust in business and technology

In this opinion piece, Fellow of Social Innovation Noa Gafni shares her view on the global decline in trust and how to rebuild this. Trust in the system has decreased in recent years, stimulated by the rise of exponential technologies. Radical transparency has exposed rising inequality and corruption. Social media feeds have been fuelling theRead more

Social intrapreneurship – doing good from the inside out

Social intrapreneurship – doing good from the inside out

An interview with Asrif Yusoff, the head of business venture management at a leading energy company and a part-time student at the Cambridge Judge Business School, on leading social innovation within a corporation. You hold an MBA from Imperial College, a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Northwestern University, and you are currently pursuing aRead more

Force for good: can profit and social change mix?

Force for good: can profit and social change mix?

I’ve been reflecting on an interesting seminar on social ventures by Cambridge Judge Business School’s Centre for Social Innovation I recently attended. Neil Stott and Paul Tracey argued that the legal construct of a venture should be irrelevant, and that it was the organisation’s ability to bring about social change that mattered. Time constraints preventedRead more

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