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Center for
Social Innovation

Center for Social Innovation

Leadership

Faculty Advisor

[photo - Dale T. Miller]

Dale T. Miller

Morgridge Professor of Organizational Behavior
Claude N. Rosenberg Jr. Director of the Center for Social Innovation

A prolific social psychologist, Professor Miller focuses on the psychology of justice, social norms, philanthropy, and group decision making.

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Past Faculty Directors

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Jesper B. Sørensen, Past Faculty Director 2009-2013

Robert A. and Elizabeth R. Jeffe Professor

Jesper B. Sørensen specializes in the dynamics of organizational and strategic change, and their implications for individuals and their careers. His research on firm outcomes has focused on the impact of organizational structure and culture on organizational learning, performance and innovation. His work of the dynamics of teams has led to new insights concerning how people respond to changes in the racial composition of their workgroups. Currently, Sørensen is engaged in a large-scale project on the determinants of entrepreneurial behavior that examines several previously unanswered questions, such as how work environments shape rates of entrepreneurship.

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James A. Phills Jr., Past Faculty Director 2000-2009

Professor of Organizational Behavior (Teaching)

Professor Phills specializes in the emerging area of social innovation; in particular, exploring the growing exchange of ideas, talent, capital, and values across sector boundaries and the shifting roles of business, government, and nonprofits in solving social problems.

Directors

Public Management and Social Innovation Program (PM/SI)

Bernadette Clavier

Bernadette Clavier

Bernadette Clavier is the Director of the Public Management and Social Innovation programs at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business which educates leaders to solve the world’s toughest social and environmental problems. In her previous role at the Center she led marketing & communications, digital strategy, and conference programs. She created an online knowledge base for social innovation ideas and launched the Social Innovation Conversations podcast with a vision to disseminate knowledge for social change.

PM/SI Faculty Committee - click image for bio

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William Barnett
[photo - David Brady]
David Brady
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Dale T. Miller
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James Patell
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Erica Plambeck

Alumni Advisory Board

Center for Social Innovation (CSI)

The CSI Alumni Advisory Board consists of alumni volunteers that demonstrate an active interest in social innovation. The board functions in an advisory capacity to provide direction and framework for alumni interests and programs within CSI.

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