Use the following eight strategies to design products and services that are more environmentally and socially responsible.
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Differentiating products and lowering prices isn't enough. Maintaining a competitive edge involves your firm’s ability to partner up and change status quo.
Renewable energy can seem a peaceful landscape of sun and wind: but different technologies are busily competing. Joern Hoppmann explains why some triumph.
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This report presents key business sustainability challenges for 2012 that firms should watch for – and proactively address.
Tima Bansal reveals preliminary findings from management researcher Richard Adams on sustainability-oriented innovation and outlines its three stages.
Firms in developed economies should watch for systems-changing innovations happening elsewhere.
Sustainable innovation is a process. And sometimes, this involves collecting – and implementing – feedback from thousands of stakeholders.
Following oil spills like the Exxon Valdez, new environmental regulations drove the fastest changes in oil tanker design the industry had ever seen.
Research suggests norms for political correctness can positively effect workplace creativity by sharpening an individual’s contribution to a group.
In small businesses, size and flat hierarchies make ecodesign changes easier to implement.
What do a tire company, yogurt company, and luxury goods producer have in common? Five practices to reduce waste, improve reputation, and increase revenues.