Your organization’s approach to risk assessment is imperfect. You already knew that. Any risk assessment or risk analysis begins by putting limits on, or “bounding”… Read More
How do you identify your stakeholders and then plan to engage them?
Successful community engagement involves complex decisions on who to engage with, how, and with what likely result. Based on an analysis of more than 200 academic and practitioner sources, here we suggest some ways of thinking about the “who”, “how” and “why” of community engagement.
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A new approach for community relations puts an emphasis on territory, collaboration, and the long term. Use this primer to drive sustainability in communities where your firm operates.
The Chilean city of Antofagasta is using participatory design to work with companies and government to create a community people want to live in.
Mining firms, government, and the Chilean community of Calama collaborate to develop a sustainable urban development plan.
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“Social economy.” It’s a term we increasingly hear in media, business and certainly the academic sphere. Yet, its meaning is not always clear. Social economy… Read More
To explore challenges facing B Corps, NBS gathered 22 Empresas B from Chile, Argentina and Colombia to form the first Latin American B Corp council.
NBS makes leading research on business sustainability publicly available to professionals. This online portal makes things even easier.
If your firm is struggling to justify its sustainable activities, you’d better keep at least one aspect in good standing: your behaviour.