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Sean Geobey

Sean Geobey brings expertise in social innovation theory, sustainable finance, planning, governance, and decision-theory to his research and teaching. As the Director of Academic Programs at the Waterloo Institute for Social Innovation and Resilience (WISIR) his teaching includes cutting edge work in social entrepreneurship and social innovation, with a pedagogical approach that uses problem-based, community-engaged learning. His research focuses on design for collective action and social innovation. This research includes the use of evidence in interdisciplinary decision-making, design of participatory decision-making processes, and the governance of democratic non-governmental organizations such as cooperatives.
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  • Oct 23 2020

    The Future of Improv – Part II

    This week, Rob sits down with Sean Geobey, Assistant Professor at the University of Waterloo who specializes in financial collaboration and co-operative business models.
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