Collaborate with Your Competitor to Accelerate Sustainability

Collaborate with Your Competitor to Accelerate Sustainability

Pooling resources, intelligence, leadership, and common sustainability goals with other companies, even with competitors, can elevate the level of results.
NBS August 27, 2016
The sustainability challenges our world faces today are too big for any individual company to tackle. 

Pooling resources, intelligence, leadership, and common sustainability goals with other companies, even with competitors, can elevate the level of results and make a significant difference. 

Manager's Guide

The manager's guide provides research-based advice for creating successful competitor collaborations for sustainability. Download the full manager's guide to learn how to effectively take on industry-wide collaboration. 
This report includes: 

Assessment Tool

This assessment tool includes a guide, assessment, and action plan to help organizations catalyze effective collaboration with competitors. 
The tool provides tips and best practices to adapt your collaboration to better meet goals. 

Forum & Workshop

In this forum, Professor Lori DiVito shares insights from her study of eight competitor collaborations in Europe and Canada. She provides guidance for firms considering new forms of collaboration, or those seeking to do it better, with less risk and improved outcomes. Watch Session 

Competitor collaboration was identified by NBS's Leadership Council as one of the top sustainability challenges facing Canadian business in 2015. Read the report outlining this challenge or check out the project description for this research.
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Sustainability leaders are setting aside competitive advantage to achieve something bigger.

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News and Events

NBS invites you to our upcoming breakfast forum and workshop, Collaborating with the Competition, taking place on September 9, 2016 in Toronto.

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Reports and Articles

This report signals a shift in our perception of the role sustainability plays in Canadian business.

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