in the cms pioneer training at undergraduate level students do a module on missional entrepreneurship which is a week long module called 'make good' where students come with an idea and explore and develop it through the week making a pitch at the end of the week. it's a really fabulous module. anyway we have done some research into it. we wanted to find out what was being started as a result of students doing it. i actually can't quite believe the percentage of people who have started projects - 76%. the other thing we were interested in was how students were making the connection between mission, theology and business. as part of the research we also looked at other courses who had run the module in durham common awards but i am afraid gdpr and all that made it pretty tricky. but we did at least have some comparison. and there are actually not that many places that choose to run this module. anyway i am pretty happy to find out that the learning is translating into tangible outcomes. there's a blog about it here on the pioneer site which has links to the full report and a one page summary and info graphic summary. the one pager and graphic are just based on the cms data.