Social Innovation

Doing deeper work: 3 things to learn about the process of systems change

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François Bonnici

Director, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship; Head, Social Innovation, World Economic Forum

Cynthia Rayner

Adjunct Faculty, Bertha Centre for Social Innovation, University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business


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François Bonnici, Director, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship and Head, Social Innovation, World Economic Forum; and Cynthia Schweer Rayner, Researcher, Bertha Centre for Social Innovation, University of Cape Town.
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