Successful social entrepreneurs know it's not an "either/or" question – it's "both/and" leadership.
Poverty alleviation is increasingly about investing “patient” capital in promising individuals with powerful ideas. And, it's tied to economic growth.
New research places business leaders at the centre of management innovation, providing inspiration for researchers and leadership for fellow practitioners.
Using the example of 3M and its implementation of Sigma Six policies, researchers investigate how corporate culture can ultimately be reshaped.
The B Lab is more than a certifying body. It is a platform for companies (B Corps) to contribute to – not just profit from – community and environment.
This report identifies eight key challenges facing South African managers and opportunities for researchers to contribute implementable guidance.
High performance teams often face opposing management strategies. Rodrigo Canales explores pros and cons of management strategies in microfinance.
Social media has a different role with sustainability than within sales and marketing. Research identifies its value in augmenting sustainability dialogue.
Sustainable innovation is a process. And sometimes, this involves collecting – and implementing – feedback from thousands of stakeholders.
Research shows that it may help to enlist well-connected change agents – and, different types of agents.
A recent analysis of 51 companies in the UK shed light on the growth and effectiveness of joint management-stakeholder committees.
Business leaders in South Africa identify a need for research on creating a shared vision for a sustainable future and social capital.
As an engineer, Tom Webler knew how materials would respond to certain conditions. As a sociologist, he is dedicated to involving citizens in public policy.
We’re pleased Joe Arvai's second blog in his three-part series has been posted on the Guardian Sustainable Business Blog. Joe is the co-author of NBS’s...
Joe Arvai outlines decision-making models and explains how people actually make their choices – including the short cuts people make.
Joe Arvai is invited by the Guardian Sustainable Business blog to contribute a series on thinking fast and slow: how our minds make us behave sustainably.
This report is designed to help business leaders, managers, and policy-makers improve their decision-making process to reach more sustainable outcomes.