Delighted to be on a lively plenary panel with Anita Hoffmann, Gib Bulloch and Harriet Lamb at the 2018 Business Fights Poverty Conference at the Said Business School. Excellently moderated by Katie Hyson
The networked world means businesses have increasingly less choice about transparency. Those who want to survive and thrive should embrace sustainability, I argue in this new blog for the RSA where I have been a Fellow for more than a quarter-century!
Katie Hyson, Director of Thought Leadership at Business Fights Poverty interviews me for BFP podcast about our new All In book and in anticipation of the Business Fights Poverty Oxford conference 2018, where I will be joining an expert panel exploring business purpose, values and collaboration.
Daniel Pink in his remarkable book "Drive," identifies three things which motivate us...
Why the SDGs should force companies to rethink their business models
New Power explains how global connectivity, the organising force of social platforms, the decline of deference and trust, and the alienation from conventional politics, have created new possibilities for social movements and new challenges for traditional, top-down, hierarchical organisations in business, government and Civil Society.
New Power provides important context and colour for another new book – “All In: The Future of Business Leadership” – by Chris Coulter of GlobeScan, Mark Lee from SustainAbility - and myself.
At some point in life, most of the world’s 7.5billion people will be caring for a loved one. This may be caring for parents as they get older and frailer, a partner with a long-term condition, a son or daughter or sibling with a disability – or it may be a friend or neighbour who needs looking after.
Business is faced with increasing uncertainties, BREXIT being just one of them. In this keynote presentation I outline how responsible companies can respond to BREXIT as well as other key considerations, irrespective of BREXIT, in a VUCA world. I argue that business needs to go All In for sustainability. This includes setting science-based Climate targets, encouraging employee-led innovation, collaborating extensively and speaking out/speaking up for social justice and sustainable development.
We managed to cover a lot of ground in a very stimulating interview: http://g-comm.co/podcast/
Thank you @PhilipBeere
What happens when two Canadians and a Brit (me!) meet to discuss what’s next following twenty years of the GlobeScan/Sustainability Leaders Report? The result is a new book: All In: The Future of Business Leadership. Write up by Barbara Everdene , Mia Overall of the book launch in Vancouver at Sustainable Brands