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  • 1. ® CO-PRESENTED BY
  • 2. Courageous corporate leaders have already spurred aggressive action toward identifying and valuing entirely new forms of costs and risks, and the optimistic ones have demonstrated their ability to find new ways to create and deliver social, environmental and economic value to their stakeholders beyond simply profit and margin growth. These leaders are successfully translating previously ignored negative or untapped positive economic, environmental and social impacts into new business performance metrics that ultimately tie back to successful business results. The global Sustainable Brands® community first convened, and remains at the forefront, of this New Metrics conversation. The latest advances in capturing traditionally underestimated social and environmental risks throughout the value chain have been identified by inspirational multi-national brands, entrepreneurial teams and non-profit organizations that have come together as a community to create and accelerate shift to new norms. Defining success in the business environment of tomorrow means understanding how new metrics are designed, implemented and communicated effectively. Join the progressive business leaders at New Metrics ’14, in collaboration with MIT Sloan School of Management, who have set the path toward defining an evolution of business metrics in the 21st century. September 24-26, 2014 in Boston, MA. Companies are quickly coming to understand that current economic models do not allow for long-term thriving – of business, of the ecosystems used to fuel our economy, and worst case, of our species. The task now at hand is to update business models so as to enable social, economic and environmental resiliency in the 21st century. WHY NEW METRICS?
  • 3. NEW APPROACHES TO VALUING RISK & IMPACT • Notable macro-trend indicators • New insights on system dynamics and the value of collaboration • Progress in linking sustainability performance to stock performance • New measurement models for companies creating shared value • Evolving methodologies for impact assessment in the supply chain • Social LCA standards • Next-level ESG ratings and rankings THREE KEY TOPICS WILL BE EXPLORED: NEW FRONTIERS IN SETTING COMPANY GOALS & KPIs • Science-based goals • Making the business case and gaining executive buy-in • Lessons in materiality assessment • The value of human capital • Integrated reporting • Internal corporate carbon pricing • Natural capital accounting • New studies on customer attitudes and engagement • New evidence for the value of employee engagement NEW SOLUTIONS IN ICT & DATA MANAGEMENT • Effective visualization and interpretation of data • Traceability of commodities and products throughout the value chain • Tools and data for evaluating chemicals • Personal data economy - opportunities and challenges • Crowdsourcing solutions, data and funds to tackle global challenges
  • 4. FEATURED SPEAKERS Sustainable Brands consistently delivers a world-class faculty of thought leaders and practitioners who not only offer diversity of insight, but provide tangible business results. Speakers featured here provide only a glimpse of the complete program. Please view the online program for a complete list of speakers and program details. ROB MICHALAK Global Director of Social Mission Ben & Jerry’s ANDREW PARK Senior Sustainability Strategist Bloomberg CHARLES DUCLAUX Head of Corporate Responsibility Reporting and Environmental Innovation L’Oréal JENNY BURNS Director, Mission Honest Tea KATHRYN CAULFIELD VP, Global Corporate Communications & Corporate Responsibility Clorox DIRK VOESTE VP of Sustainability Strategy BASF
  • 5. FEATURED SPEAKERS SABINE MILTNER Managing Director & Group Sustainability Officer Deutsche Bank ROBERT ECCLES Professor of Management Practice Harvard Business School TERRY GARCIA Chief Science and Exploration Officer National Geographic AMY FENTON Global Leader, Public Development & Sustainability Nielsen ROYA KAZEMI Director GreeNYC, NYC Mayor’s Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability BRAD PEIRCE Vice President, TD Environment TD Bank
  • 6. DAY 1 - WED, SEPT 24TH | WORKSHOPS at MIT SLOAN MORNING WORKSHOPS The SASB Way: A Close Inside Look at Process and Progress of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board Katie Schmitz Eulitt, Director of Stakeholder Engagement, SASB Deb Martin, Associated Director, Stakeholder Engagement, SASB The Maturation of LCA as a Basis for Sustainability Metrics across the Organization Jon Dettling, Managing Director, US, Quantis Cynthia Cummis, Deputy Director, GHG Protocol, WRI + MORE! A New Generation of Practical Web-based Tools for Sustainability Professionals Daniel Aronson, Founder, Valutus LUNCH AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS The Art of Assigning Specific Dollar Values to Previously Ignored Impacts: Shadow Pricing, SROI, and More Bea Boccalandro, President, VeraWorks Tom Gosselin, Sustainability Director, Det Norske Veritas + MORE! Practical Models for Effective Employee Engagement in Support of Evolving Sustainability Agendas Susan Hunt Stevens, Founder & CEO, WeSpire Stephanie Bertels, Director of the Embedding Sustainability Working Group, Network for Business Sustainability + MORE! Taking Sustainability Literally: An Introduction to Context-Based Sustainability Mark McElroy, Founder & Executive Director, Center for Sustainable Organizations Jeff Gowdy, Adjunct Professor of Management, Vanderbilt University
  • 7. Opening Remarks KoAnn Skrzyniarz, Founder & CEO, Sustainable Brands How High Impact Portfolios Can Outperform Wall Street - and Modern Portfolio Theory Paul Herman, Founder & CEO, HIP Investor ESG and the Credit Rating Frontier: GISR & the Future of Measuring Corporate Sustainability Performance Allen White, Founder, Global Initiative for Sustainability Ratings (GISR) The Future-Fit Business Benchmark: An Updated View Bob Willard, Sustainability Author and Speaker, Sustainability Advantage The MultiCapital Scorecard: Concept and Pilot Application Mark McElroy, Founder & Executive Director, Center for Sustainable Organizations Rob Michalak, Global Director of Social Mission, Ben & Jerry’s NETWORKING BREAK Fair Trade USA’s New Impact Measurement and Management Framework Mary Jo Cook, Chief Impact Officer, Fair Trade USA Jenny Burns, Director, Mission, Honest Tea It Takes a Village: A New Measurement Model for Companies Creating Shared Value Kyle Peterson, Managing Director, FSG Quantifying a Company’s Social Footprint: A First-of-its-Kind Methodology João Fontes, Social Footprinting Expert, PRé Sustainability Charles Duclaux, Head of Corporate Responsibility Reporting and Environmental Innovation, L’Oréal How to Influence a Multitude of Industries and Markets: Next-level Applied Sustainability Measurement from a Key Upstream Player Dirk Voeste, VP of Sustainability Strategy, BASF LUNCH NEW APPROACHES TO VALUING RISK & IMPACT NEW FRONTIERS IN SETTING COMPANY GOALS & KPIS NEW SOLUTIONS IN ICT & DATA MANAGEMENT Quantifying a Company’s Social Footprint: A First- of-its-Kind Methodology João Fontes, Social Footprinting Expert, PRé Sustainability Charles Duclaux, Head of Corporate Responsibility Reporting and Environmental Innovation, L’Oréal Sébastien Zinck, Manager, Eco-design and Life-Cycle Assessment, Steelcase The Evolution of Corporate Sustainability Goals: Current Landscape and Future Prospects Bill Baue, Co-Founder, Sustainability Context Group Mark McElroy, Founder & Executive Director, Center for Sustainable Organizations Bob Willard, Sustainability Author and Speaker, Sustainability Advantage Andrew Winston, Author, The Big Pivot Cynthia Cummis, Deputy Director, GHG Protocol, WRI Integrated Reporting: An Exploration of Progress, Lessons and Challenges to Date Matt Ellis, CEO, Measurabl Thomas Odenwald, Senior Vice President, SAP Kathryn Caulfiel, VP, Global Corporate Communications & Corporate Responsibility, Clorox Aaron Smith, Director of Sustainable Building Solutions, Assa Abloy NETWORKING BREAK It Takes a Village: A New Measurement Model for Companies Creating Shared Value Kyle Peterson, Managing Director, SG/Shared Value Initiative Veronica Nyhan Jones, Strategic Community Investment Lead, Infrastructure & Natural Resources, IFC Cora Olsen, ESG Data Manager, Global Stakeholder Engagement, Novo Nordisk AS The Evolution of Corporate Sustainability Goals: Case Studies Bill Baue, Co-Founder, Sustainability Context Group Kathrin Winkler, President & Chief Sustainability Officer, EMC Jed Davis, Director of Sustainability, Cabot Creamery Emma Stewart, Head of Sustainability Solutions, Autodesk The Next Frontier for ESG Research and Ratings Mark Tulay, Program Manager, GISR Bob Mann, Chief Operating Officer, Sustainalytics Andrew Park, Senior Sustainability Strategist, Bloomberg Sabine Miltner, Managing Director & Group Sustainability Officer, Deutsche Bank Steve Leffin, Director, Global Sustainability, UPS EVENING PLENARY From the Investor Community to the Corporate Sustainability Community, with Love: What is Working and What isn’t in Building Sustainable Investment Portfolios Paul Herman, Founder & CEO, HIP Investor Denise Hills, Head of Sustainability, Itau Robert Eccles, Professor of Management Practice, Harvard Business School Erika Karp, CEO, Cornerstone Capital Group, Cornerstone Capital Group COCKTAIL RECEPTION BREAKOUTS DAY 2 - THURS, SEPT 25TH | at the ROYAL SONESTA HOTEL
  • 8. Opening Remarks Dimitar Vlahov, Director of Content Development, Sustainable Brands Global Trends and Drivers in Sustainable Consumption and Lifestyles: The Latest Greendex Results Terry Garcia, Chief Science and Exploration Officer, National Geographic Eric Whan, Director, Sustainability Practice, Globescan From Broad Concern to Willingness to Pay: Tracking Global Attitudes with the Latest Nielsen Data Amy Fenton, Global Leader, Public Development & Sustainability, Nielsen Tapping into Unprompted Responses to Measure Customer Perception of Sustainability Initiatives and Attributes Jenny Rushmore, Director of Responsible Travel, TripAdvisor Enabling Informed and Impactful Purchasing Decisions through Effective In-Store Labels Alexander Gillett, CEO, How Good NETWORKING BREAK Cities as Platforms for Studying and Activating Interest in Sustainability Initiatives Roya Kazemi, Director of GreeNYC, NYC Mayor’s Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability The Potential of One-to-One Marketing: Applying Behavioral Economics to Inspire Behavior Change Suzanne Shelton, CEO, Shelton Group The Good Company Score: A One-number Indicator for Tracking Brands’ Cultural Standing Tom LaForge, Global Director, Human & Cultural Insights, Coca-Cola How to Influence a Multitude of Industries and Markets: Next-level Applied Sustainability Measurement from a Key Upstream Player Dirk Voeste, VP of Sustainability Strategy, BASF LUNCH NEW APPROACHES TO VALUING RISK & IMPACT NEW FRONTIERS IN SETTING COMPANY GOALS & KPIS NEW SOLUTIONS IN ICT & DATA MANAGEMENT Top Risks in Global Supply Chains: Primary Source Intelligence and Recommendations for Action Mark Robertson, Head of Marketing & Communications, Sedex Andrew Savini, Manager, Supplier Management & Audits, Intertek Cities as Platforms for Studying and Activating Interest in Sustainability Initiatives Roya Kazemi, Director of GreeNYC, NYC Mayor’s Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability Shivika Sahdev, Engagement Manager, McKinsey & Company New Tools for Tracking, Visualizing and Interpreting Complex Data Ory Zik, Founder & CEO, Energy Points Svetlana Zenkin, Environmental Sustainability Manager, HP Leonardo Bonanni, Founder & CEO, SourceMap Hicham Oudghiri, Co-Founder, Enigma Tom O’Malley, Co-Founder & CEO, Convetit NETWORKING BREAK Comparing and Contrasting Leading Tools for Evaluating Chemicals Kyle Peterson, Managing Director, SG/Shared Value Initiative Veronica Nyhan Jones, Strategic Community Investment Lead, Infrastructure & Natural Resources, IFC Cora Olsen, ESG Data Manager, Global Stakeholder Engagement, Novo Nordisk AS Demonstrating the Value of Employee Engagement: Case Studies Bill Baue, Co-Founder, Sustainability Context Group Kathrin Winkler, President & Chief Sustainability Officer, EMC Jed Davis, Director of Sustainability, Cabot Creamery Emma Stewart, Head of Sustainability Solutions, Autodesk Tapping the Crowd for Insights and Solutions: Crowdsourcing, Crowdfunding, and the Personal Data Economy John Havens, Founder, The Happathon Project Matt Hogan, CEO, Datacoup Thomas Malone, Director, Climate Co-Lab Gwen Nguyen, Cause Director, Indiegogo CLOSING EVENING PLENARY BREAKOUTS DAY 3 - THURS, SEPT 26TH | at the ROYAL SONESTA HOTEL
  • 9. MIT Sloan School of Management hosts a full day of deep-dive workshops Wednesday, September 24th on the university campus in Cambridge, MA. The conversation then continues just down the street on Thursday and Friday, September 25 - 26 at the Royal Sonesta Hotel Boston where the SB community will come together for inspiring plenary sessions, collaborative afternoon breakout sessions and networking opportunities. CONVENIENTLY LOCATED IN BOSTON
  • 10. ® www.NewMetrics14.com © Sustainable Brands, 2014