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Innovation for Resilience and/or Social Development

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Theo Hacking.

There is a fee payable.

This Lab will explore how innovation (and design) under constraints can, in particular, help organisations to:
  • become more resilient, by acting in anticipation of future resource supply constraints and disruptions; and/or;
  • access markets and contribute to social development at the ‘base of the pyramid’.

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Registration is required and participants will be selected on a competitive basis. The target audience is primarily experienced sustainability specialists.

These Labs are designed to provide a collaborative and stimulating environment for learning that contributes to continuing professional development. They provide a forum to test, challenge and/or co-create cutting-edge responses to sustainability challenges or opportunities. Stimulation is provided via exposure to insights from thought leaders and leading case studies, and structured facilitation encourages reflection and peer learning participants.

This event is delivered by the “Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership”:

This talk is part of the Sustainability Leadership Laboratories series.

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