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Tag: Competitor collaboration

Sustainability leaders are setting aside competitive advantage to achieve something bigger.

How can firms advance sustainable business by incorporating long-term impacts into today’s decisions?

This article is part of a series examining how business leaders are driving real change by working with their industry associations to develop industry-wide sustainability programs.

Canada’s oil sands companies are collaborating to improve environmental impact. Gordon Lambert (Suncor) describes how a competitive industry came together.

NBS convenes industry leaders with Avrim Lazar and Gord Lambert.

This article is part of a series examining how business leaders are driving real change by working with their industry associations to develop industry-wide sustainability programs. For examples of Canadian industry initiatives, read NBS’s Guide to Industry-Level Sustainability Programs.

Incentivizing your suppliers to share information – not conceal it – forms the basis of a sustainable and profitable global supply chain.

The modern corporation — larger than most governments — is perhaps the best hope we have to solve grand problems. But business can't do it alone.

Business can have significant effects – both positive and negative — on environmental and social systems.

After interviewing, surveying and studying hundreds of companies over the last two decades, Rob Klassen has observed a number of disconcerting truths about managers who work hard to protect the competitiveness of their firms. One of them is this: small companies hate divulging how they make their products.

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