Under the framework of partnership between the British Council in Vietnam and National Economics University to promote social innovation and social entrepreneurship in Vietnam, a professional talk on the topic of social innovation will be delivered by Dr Neil Stott, Executive Director of the Center for Social Innovation and Director of the Masters in Social Innovation Programme at the Cambridge Judge Business School from 14.00, Wednesday 10 August 2016 at the Conference hall, 2nd Floor, Building 10, National Economics University, Tran Dai Nghia Street, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Dr Stott will talk about strengthening cooperation among public and private sectors and nonprofit organisations to provide creative and practical solution dealing with social problems. He will also share insights into a type of leadership that blurs the boundaries between what is for-profit and what is not-for-profit, that is less adversarial, and that seeks to have a positive impact on the kind of world that we live in
- 13.30 – 14.00: Registration
- 14.00 – 15.10: Presentation about Social Innovation by Dr Neil Stott
- 15.10 -15.40: Q & A
- 15.40- 16.15: Networking
Participants: University lecturers, researchers, PhD students, Intermediary sectors, social enterprises, policy makers, students from universities in Hanoi.
About Dr Neil Stott
Dr. Neil Stott was Chief Executive of Keystone Development Trust for 13 years. Keystone is one of the largest development trusts in the country delivering, community development, social enterprises and property development (commercial, community and housing). He is now a Senior Associate of Locality’s consultancy, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA), Senior Fellow of the Institute of Place Management (SFIPM), and Visiting Fellow at Anglia Ruskin University. At Cambridge Judge Business School, Neil is a Senior Faculty Member in Management. He teaches in the MBA and EMBA programmes and is Director of a new Master of Studies in Social Innovation due to start in October 2016. His knowledge and research has contributed to numerous policy and academic publications.
How to register for your participation
Register for the professional talk at the link http://bit.ly/2a3EkfU no later than 17.00, Friday 6 August 2016 if you are interested. As the seats are limited so please first come first serve.