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Sustaining Effective Multi-Stakeholder Collaborations

Momentum is a funny thing; when you have it – it seems like it could magically go on forever.  But in reality, it takes much insight, planning, and energy to sustain and build it.  It seems, this is true 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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Mind the Gap: Understanding Sustainability and Managing To Do Something about It

We all have good intentions, well, most of us anyway. Often these good intentions don’t translate into productive action, either due to a gap in knowing how to get from A to B or from a lack of true conviction. … Continue reading

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Are CSR Initiatives Really Appropriate in All Circumstances?

My initial response to the question posed in the title is “Yes.” Blog post over. Naturally, it’s not that simple. Being an MBA and an environmentalist, I’m well aware of the conflicting interests between corporations and maintaining our natural environment. … Continue reading

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