(So that you’re ready for the quiz…)<br />The more you know, the more you do<br />Sustainability will transform how we man...
(A note, with regard to who we’re talking to…)<br />
The Business of Sustainability: Findings<br />More than 92% addressing sustainability<br />
The Business of Sustainability: Findings<br />More than 92% addressing sustainability<br />Fewer than 25% decreased sustai...
The Business of Sustainability: Findings<br />More than 92% addressing sustainability<br />Fewer than 25% decreased sustai...
The Business of Sustainability: Findings<br />More than 92% addressing sustainability<br />Fewer than 25% decreased sustai...
Sustainability & value creation—what execs don’t get. (Yet.)<br />
4.  You Can’t Get There From Here…But      You Can From Somewhere Else <br />Iterative innovation<br />Seeing the “system,...
3.  The 16% Solution <br />Talent<br />Taking human capital seriously<br />
2.  The New Best Proxy for Management      Quality<br />(i.e., the <br />new “safety”)<br />
1.  Closing the Trust Gap <br />Risk & resiliency<br />Transparency<br />The most attractive partner in the world<br />
Organizations are the way that ideas change the world.<br />
Michael Hopkins, Editor in Chief, MIT Sloan Management Review: Implementing Sustainability in Behavior and Practive
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Year long research project, to identify the most important aspects of the challenges of managing for sustainability.

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Michael Hopkins, Editor in Chief, MIT Sloan Management Review: Implementing Sustainability in Behavior and Practive

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  2. 2. (So that you’re ready for the quiz…)<br />The more you know, the more you do<br />Sustainability will transform how we manage*<br /> *whether we care about it or not<br />
  3. 3. (A note, with regard to who we’re talking to…)<br />
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  5. 5. The Business of Sustainability: Findings<br />More than 92% addressing sustainability<br />
  6. 6. The Business of Sustainability: Findings<br />More than 92% addressing sustainability<br />Fewer than 25% decreased sustainability $$ in downturn<br />
  7. 7. The Business of Sustainability: Findings<br />More than 92% addressing sustainability<br />Fewer than 25% decreased sustainability $$ in downturn<br />70% had not developed business case<br />
  8. 8. The Business of Sustainability: Findings<br />More than 92% addressing sustainability<br />Fewer than 25% decreased sustainability $$ in downturn<br />70% had not developed business case<br />Enormous divide between “experts” and “novices”<br />
  9. 9. Sustainability & value creation—what execs don’t get. (Yet.)<br />
  10. 10. 4. You Can’t Get There From Here…But You Can From Somewhere Else <br />Iterative innovation<br />Seeing the “system,” connecting the dots. (A lens change)<br />The new “optionality”<br />
  11. 11. 3. The 16% Solution <br />Talent<br />Taking human capital seriously<br />
  12. 12. 2. The New Best Proxy for Management Quality<br />(i.e., the <br />new “safety”)<br />
  13. 13. 1. Closing the Trust Gap <br />Risk & resiliency<br />Transparency<br />The most attractive partner in the world<br />
  14. 14. Organizations are the way that ideas change the world.<br />

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