Monthly Archives: February 2011

There’s Still Room in the MBA Toolbox

It is said, around darkened pub booths and student haunts, that there was a time long ago when jobs were reasonably available. Legend has it an applicant would have a good chance of success if they had a bit of … Continue reading

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Maximizing the Business-NGO Relationship

Supporting a local or international non-profit organization, especially one working for a social or environmental cause, is a great way to support the community and expand your corporate social responsibility (CSR) program. Non-profits have the distinct advantage of being both … Continue reading

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Sustainability for Profit – Drifting from the Core Message

Is a sustainability initiative best justified by showing the potential benefits to your companies bottom line? At first look, it would appear so.  One of the great things about sustainability initiatives is that they often go hand in hand with maximizing … Continue reading

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Life Cycle Assessment – the “language” of sustainability professionals (part 1 of 3)

I believe that Life Cycle Assessment will become the language of sustainability professional. If you can’t speak it, and want to excel in this field, you need to get on-board. I’ll explore this notion over the next 3 weeks. Here is Part 1.

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