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Featuring a variety of guests on each show, we highlight the work and thinking undertaken by the Bertha Centre and innovators researching, teaching and working in the field. The podcast focuses on the broad topics of social innovation and social justice - making these topics digestible and thought provoking for a cross section of society. We aim to appeal to people who are curious about solving social issues in the world around them and especially those who believe we can make the world a be ...
 
La formación directiva de hoy para liderar el futuro en finanzas, economía, liderazgo, desarrollo de personas, innovación, recursos humanos, salud, marketing, internacionalización y entorno sociopolítico presentada por profesores de ESADE Executive Education Business School. ESADE ha inspirado el futuro de más de 37.000 antiguos alumnos, que hoy ocupan puestos de responsabilidad en empresas y organismos de todo el mundo.
 
The Social Ideas podcast shares the impact of social innovation, its necessity and its capacity to challenge the status quo. Throughout this series, highly committed change makers in business, civil society, policy and academia will talk about their work, their ideas and their motivation to strive towards to a more equitable and sustainable world.The Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, acts as a platform for research and engagem ...
 
Welcome to the Social Innovation Podcast. We give you insight into what is happening at the forefront of social innovation and guide you through the challenges and opportunities faced everyday by the entrepreneurs and innovators pushing the field forward. I am your host Henrik Storm Dyrssen and I’ll be speaking with entrepreneurs, innovators and investors to get their behind the scenes perspectives on social innovation. This podcast is sponsored this season by Leksell Social Ventures, Sweden ...
 
The idea for the ‘Talking Tech for Good’ podcast grew out of conversations between hosts Jason Bygate and Luvuyo Maskeo as they realised that they were coming up against similar issues in the social impact space when it comes to the adoption and use of technology by these organisations. This podcast sheds some light on the topic of tech and the ways that it can be harnessed to make life easier (and not more difficult, which can sometimes be the case!). Each podcast focuses on a specific topi ...
 
The #1 Podcast for Social Entrepreneurs & Social Innovators. With host Cory Ames, Founder of Grow Ensemble, dive deeper into social entrepreneurship, social enterprises and the tools, resources, and strategies that support their growth and expand their impact. Hear from these top social innovators from both the non-profit and for-profit sector - CEOs, Executive Directors, Thought-Leaders and more.
 
The Mission Driven podcast is a a series hosted Tom Stader and Richard Brubaker, who speak through the lessons they have learned building mission driven organizations, profit and non, over the last 15 years. The series is built around 10 critical areas of starting, and scaling, an organization, and through these hour long conversations, we hope will not only engage and inspire you, but provide insights and tools that will help you move your mission forward.
 
Social impact stories, interviews, reflections to help your reach your impact potential. Get in the know, so you can #goanddo! Hear honest perspectives and stories about social enterprise, design-thinking, food and nutrition, regenerative economy, impact investing, startup methodologies, and measurement...all for social impact. Hosted by Neetal Parekh, founder and CEO of Innov8social and author of "51 Questions on Social Entrepreneurship", and speaker. More information and show notes at thei ...
 
If you want to understand how social scientists’ study human behaviour, how industry innovates or want to know more about how they can successfully work together and enhance each other, then you have come to the right place! Join our hosts as they engage with anthropologists, other researchers and industry specialists from all over the world. The discussions will be about their specific work in understanding people and how they apply that understanding to advance industry, scholarship and/or ...
 
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We often believe that people who are more successful than us have worked harder than us, and so hustle culture has become so ingrained in today’s workforce. But it doesn’t have to be this way! You would expect the three people involved in a fast-growing tech startup that’s doing north of a million dollars in revenue would be burning the midnight oi…
 
In this episode, Tom and I speak about About Mission Driven Podcast Series: The Mission Driven podcast is a a series hosted Tom Stader and Richard Brubaker, who speak through the lessons they have learned building mission driven organizations, profit and non, over the last 15 years. The series is built around 10 critical areas of starting, and scal…
 
Neoliberal capitalism turns life into money by killing it, but what good is that money on a dying planet? Today we speak to Paul Hawken about how to end the climate crisis in one generation using an approach centered on regeneration. Paul is an environmentalist, entrepreneur, author, and activist who has dedicated his life to environmental sustaina…
 
Welcome back to part two of this special project, where we recap some of the strongest moments from our guests recorded throughout the year to close out 2021! Featured in this two-part series are ten impact business leaders who are changing the course of business for the good of the planet and people everywhere. First up is Laura Vicaria, CSR manag…
 
In this special two-part project, we're recapping some of the strongest moments from our impact business leader guests throughout the year – the ones who are changing business for the good of the people and the planet – to close out 2021! First up is Madeleine Shaw, who gives us her expansive definition for social entrepreneurship, and tells us all…
 
In this episode, Tom and I speak about t About Mission Driven Podcast Series: The Mission Driven podcast is a a series hosted Tom Stader and Richard Brubaker, who speak through the lessons they have learned building mission driven organizations, profit and non, over the last 15 years. The series is built around 10 critical areas of starting, and sc…
 
We still have a long way to go in terms of sustainability in fashion, but there are solutions! Not only that, there is an increasing number of brands and organizations actively working towards change. Today we’re back with another installment of our series on the impact of fashion. Joining us is Lucy Shea, CEO of the change agency, Futerra, to talk…
 
Mandeep Soor is one of the co-founders of bendi, a company helping businesses to measure, manage, and communicate their impacts and become sustainability leaders. In this episode we pick Mandeep’s brain about the progression of bendi as they delve deeper into measuring and defining sustainability, the challenges and roadblocks her clients face, and…
 
“Crisis and Change: Conversations With Leaders” is produced in partnership by The Pew Charitable Trusts and Stanford Social Innovation Review. In the series, leaders from across the social sector share insights about how they contend with challenging times and societal division. In this episode, Susan Urahn, Pew’s president and CEO, and Sarah Rosen…
 
Andrew Morgan is an internationally recognized filmmaker, and the director of The True Cost, a documentary about the global impact of the fashion industry. First released in 2015, the film took Andrew and his team on a journey around the world, from documenting brand-name factories in Bangladesh, characterized by disgraceful working conditions and …
 
The Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship is impacting the world by empowering and equipping changemakers to bring about upliftment, equality and lasting change.In this commemorative episode, hosts, Kentse Radebe & Simnikiwe Xanga chat with founding director Dr Francois Bonnici and current Bertha Centre director, Dr Solange Rosa,…
 
Political polarization. Climate change. Racial reckoning. Income inequality. A global pandemic. Since 2020, all five of these immense challenges have emerged or deepened, commanding our attention and prompting major societal and cultural shifts. In this special series produced in partnership by The Pew Charitable Trusts and the Stanford Social Inno…
 
The exchange of wedding rings is a centuries-old tradition, and most wedding ring makers have remained stuck in the past, utilizing environmentally-unfriendly materials, and leaving a whole cohort of modern-couple ‘typographies’ out of their branding scope. But not Holden! Holden is a custom wedding ring company built on the principles of sustainab…
 
In this episode, Tom and I speak about the lessons we have learned over our 15+ years of entrepreneurship, speak to the pros & cons of having been young entrepreneurs, and discuss how things may have been different had we jumped off the corporate ladder (into entrepreneurship) later in life. About Mission Driven Podcast Series: The Mission Driven p…
 
“Understand the past and you can shape the future.” This episode of the Just For A Change podcast celebrates the inspiring story of the Bertha Centre of Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship from inception to what it is today: A small but remarkable academic hub at the bottom of the African continent with activism in its soul. Make sure to catch t…
 
📄 Full Show Notes & Episode Bonuses 🌍 Better World Weekly Newsletter 🎬 Subscribe on YouTube 🤩Become an Ensemble Community Member While the fashion industry is overwhelmingly known for its environmental exploitation and social injustice, the culprits and structures behind these atrocities remain largely under wraps. In order to address the issues wi…
 
Following the recent conversation between Elon Musk and World Food Programme, Tom and I speak about the power of social media to START conversations with donors & investors. About Mission Driven Podcast Series: The Mission Driven podcast is a a series hosted Tom Stader and Richard Brubaker, who speak through the lessons they have learned building m…
 
🌍 Better World Weekly Newsletter 🎬 Subscribe on YouTube 🤩Become an Ensemble Community Member On the Goodmakers Podcast, Grow Ensemble Founder Cory Ames was interviewed to talk about how he got into social entrepreneurship, why & how he founded Grow Ensemble, and what his thoughts and opinions are around the latest emerging trends in social enterpri…
 
Through this episode About Mission Driven Podcast Series: The Mission Driven podcast is a a series hosted Tom Stader and Richard Brubaker, who speak through the lessons they have learned building mission driven organizations, profit and non, over the last 15 years. The series is built around 10 critical areas of starting, and scaling, an organizati…
 
📄 Full Show Notes & Episode Bonuses 🌍 Better World Weekly Newsletter 🎬 Subscribe on YouTube 🤩Become an Ensemble Community Member Fast fashion brands lead us to believe it’s as easy as buy, buy, buy. There’s no time to wonder about the humans behind T-shirt production because we’ve found a good deal. Now, as we learn more about the human cost of gar…
 
The world of impact investing is brimming with opportunity - especially in Africa. The Global Steering Group (GSG) for Impact Investment Summit is dedicated to challenging old perceptions of investment and catalysing impact investment and entrepreneurship that benefits people and the planet.In this episode, host, Kentse Radebe chats to Misha Morar …
 
In this week's episode, we speak to the issues raised by the recent article Philanthropy is a Scam where the author, Julieta Caldas, speaks to the influence of billionaires in philanthropy, and (more importantly) what it means for founders who are trying to court big money for their organizations. About Mission Driven Podcast Series: The Mission Dr…
 
📄 Full Show Notes & Episode Bonuses 🌍 Better World Weekly Newsletter 🎬 Subscribe on YouTube 🤩Become an Ensemble Community Member Even if you’re not interested in fashion, the fact is everyone wears clothes. As social entrepreneurs and changemakers, it’s important to recognize how far we’ve come in the fashion industry. Reflecting on our progress gi…
 
With Africa arguably being the largest impact investment opportunity in the world, how do we mobilize to take hold of such an opportunity? Innovative finance serves as one of the strategies to capitalize on this investment opportunity. One organisation leading this charge is the Global Steering Committee. The GSG is a global organisation that catal…
 
📄 Full Show Notes & Episode Bonuses 🌍 Better World Weekly Newsletter 🎬 Subscribe on YouTube 🤩Become an Ensemble Community Member Take a look around you—carpets, curtains, sheets, upholstery, the clothes we wear. TeXtiLes aRe evErywheRe! Textiles are so embedded in our everyday life that we barely notice them, let alone spend time visualizing all th…
 
In this episode, we speak about the power of "the why" for mission driven entrepreneurs. Not only in the early days, when they are launching an organization, and face challenges, but over time as the organization matures. About Mission Driven Podcast Series: The Mission Driven podcast is a a series hosted Tom Stader and Richard Brubaker, who speak …
 
The truth is that not all entrepreneurs are created equal.When faced with a backwards system with inadequate funding structures, restrictive policies, outdated networks, a huge skills gap and all the red tape around registering a business, you’re nothing less than a hero as an entrepreneur in Africa. In this episode, we shine a light on some of the…
 
In this episode of The Social Ideas Podcast, Masters in Social Innovation graduate, Eunice Baguma-Ball, explains why she founded the Africa Technology Business Network. She explores why social innovation and social enterprises should be organised according to place and community. Eunice also shares why she applied for the Masters in Social Innovati…
 
Do you believe that entrepreneurship has the power to transform Africa? It all boils down to the systems change privately owned businesses bring and their potential to drive continental development. The problems are evident in the global south but are the solutions just as evident? In this episode of Just for a Change, we feature The Raymond Ackerm…
 
📄 Full Show Notes & Episode Bonuses 🌍 Better World Weekly Newsletter 🎬 Subscribe on YouTube 🤩Become an Ensemble Community Member The dirtiest item in fast fashion sits in most of our closets. With its use of cotton, chemicals, pesticides, and indigo dyes, denim has been making its mark on the environment for decades. But it doesn’t have to be this …
 
It’s easy to forget that technology is only useful when it is implemented and implemented well. And this really is about people and how they interact with and embrace change. In the development sector, this includes people working on the ground, beneficiaries and funders and an understanding of how all these role-players interact is crucial. In thi…
 
📄 Full Show Notes & Episode Bonuses 🌍 Better World Weekly Newsletter 🎬 Subscribe on YouTube 🤩Become an Ensemble Community Member For this episode of the Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation Podcast, Madeleine Shaw joins Cory for a second time as they discuss the journey to becoming a social entrepreneur. Madeleine is an incredibly accomplished so…
 
Resistance to new ideas and technology is nothing new. Adoption of technology is a multi-faceted and complex issue, especially in a diverse landscape such as South Africa. How can organisations in the development space embrace change and what are the factors that need to be front of mind when doing so? In this episode of the Talking Tech for Good p…
 
📄 Full Show Notes & Episode Bonuses 🌍 Better World Weekly Newsletter 🎬 Subscribe on YouTube 🤩Become an Ensemble Community Member For this episode of the Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation Podcast, Cory interviews Brett Jenks, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Rare, which is an organization that is dedicated to utilizing behavioral insights t…
 
In this episode, the fourth in our Managing COVID series, we speak to scaling organizations. How, as entrepreneurs, do we look at scale differently in a world where the challenges are scaling, but where many organizations are struggling to stabilize cash flow, learning to manage distributed teams, and where founders are unable to travel. For some, …
 
The record-high youth unemployment statistics both nationally and internationally can be overwhelming. In season 2, episode 2 of the Just for a Change podcast, we explore the power of a systems thinking approach when attempting to slay this ‘giant’ of an issue. Systems thinking is a lens that helps to understand the grand scheme of things and how i…
 
With more than 64 million youth unemployed worldwide and 145 million young workers living in poverty, it is evident that youth unemployment is a complex problem that needs a complex solution. This global challenge can become overwhelming if seen as a one-dimensional issue. This is where systems thinking plays a powerful role in finding a solution. …
 
In this episode, Tom and I talk about managing teams through the first 18 months of COVID. The challenges of managing distribute teams, the need to create different management structures and be more intentional about empowering our teams, as well as, what we learned that will make us better leaders going forward. About Mission Driven Podcast Series…
 
Angelina Kussy is an economic anthropologist from Warsaw and activist with Barcelona en Comú, the citizen platform governing Barcelona, working for municipalism and Fearless Cities. We are happy to have Angelina with us speaking to her background and current work. Angelina shares her views and dialectical relationship to activism & scholarship and …
 
In South Africa where data is amongst the most expensive in the world - how viable is it to use digital solutions in the development space when most often this is a barrier that beneficiaries will need to overcome? Why is data so expensive in South Africa? What is happening in this space and how are things like zero-rated sites helping to improve a…
 
In this episode of the Mission Driven Podcast, Tom and I speak about our approach to fundraising and managing cash flow through the last 18 months of the COVID-19 crisis. A conversation that begins with how our strategies have changed from manage cash (and survived), and the importance of account management, to opening ourselves up to new tactics f…
 
Perhaps one of the most key issues facing South Africa in this digital era - connectivity. Technology has been called an equalizer but is this true in a country with some of the highest data costs in the world? In this episode podcast hosts, Luvuyo Maseko and Jason Bygate interrogate the issues surrounding connectivity and access. Joining this conv…
 
We are happy to have Cristina with us speaking to her background and current work. Cristina shares her views and relationship to activism and, as a scholar, the importance of balancing sympathy with a critical, analytical and self-reflexive research lens. What can an ethnographic perspective bring different than other research methods? What is the …
 
In this cross-over between the Civic Tech in Africa podcast and the Talking Tech for Good podcast, co-hosts Jason Bygate (of Capacitate) and guest Munyaradzi Dodo (of Magamba Network) discuss how young people can have their voices better heard in the corridors of power. Munyaradzi shares the journey he undertook with his team to establish Open Parl…
 
📄 Full Show Notes & Episode Bonuses 🌍 Better World Weekly Newsletter 🎬 Subscribe on YouTube 🤩Become an Ensemble Community Member Fashion has always been cyclical, reusing older trends and updating them ever so slightly. But technology is pushing cyclical fashion to become circular, meaning that the useful life of garments extends indefinitely. Thos…
 
Through this episode About Mission Driven Podcast Series: The Mission Driven podcast is a a series hosted Tom Stader and Richard Brubaker, who speak through the lessons they have learned building mission driven organizations, profit and non, over the last 15 years. The series is built around 10 critical areas of starting, and scaling, an organizati…
 
In this episode of The Social Ideas Podcast, Elham Youssefian from the International Disability Alliance talks about the fears the Disabled women and girls of Afghanistan will be facing now the Taliban have taken over the country. Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation MSt in Social Innovation International Disability Alliance…
 
In this episode of The Social Ideas Podcast, researcher Kriti Sharma from the organisation, Human Rights Watch, discusses what life has been like for Disabled women in Afghanistan and what it could be now the Taliban have taken over. Kriti's work includes investigating and documenting human rights violations against Disabled people around the world…
 
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