Partnerships are an effective approach for corporations and NGOs/nonprofits to invest their complementary expertise into solving some of the world’s most daunting economic, social, and environmental challenges.
Is the world of corporate sustainability ripe for disruption? If the answer is yes, who will the disruptors be, and what will the disruptions look like?
Executives must rise above narrow sectoral and short-term interests, and work with governments to create a new framework of incentives and sanctions, rewarding investment in people and planet.
Jennifer Woofter, President of Strategic Sustainability Consulting reflects on how to be an effective sustainability leader.
According to Bob Willard, "There are too many indicators in play. We need to get our act together and identify a critical subset of indicators that are material to important stakeholders, including the environment, society, and shareholders."
The CEO of Unilever, Paul Polman calls on business leaders, politicians and NGOs to embrace systems thinking, and to recognise they cannot deal with the world’s environmental and social challenges in isolation.
A new era of collaboration demands new leadership skills.
Innovative thinking creates clean drinking water out of desert air.