Author: Tima Bansal
- | September 27, 2021
Writing an online column lets me impact management practice, develop new research ideas, and sharpen my writing for academic publications. I’m not “selling out.”
- | July 28, 2021
For social justice and for human survival, the Indigenous worldview needs to become our guide for decisions. Businesses can play a role in this transition.
- | March 15, 2021
Business school students want to change their curriculum and the broader world. Let’s talk about how they can do it.
- | January 27, 2021
For researchers to offer practical advice for managers, we need to change the way we research. We suggest a new approach.
- | December 15, 2020
Current approaches to business — and business sustainability — are not working. Companies need a business model focused not only on profits, but also on waste.
- | November 4, 2020
Businesses often seek to scale up, but COVID-19 has given us the opportunity to think about scaling down and deep.
- | May 11, 2020
Business school professors from 53 schools around the world identify 6 priorities for companies in the COVID-19 era
Tima Bansal is the Founder of the Network for Business Sustainability and Professor of Strategy and Sustainability at the Ivey Business School (Canada). She also heads Innovation North, which helps businesses create value for themselves and society simultaneously over the long term.