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January 20, 2012

Does embedding sustainability shape corporate culture, and if so, how can we make sure the impacts are positive? A call to practitioners.

Stephanie Bertels
Research Insight
November 11, 2011

Many companies are setting internal or public goals around sustainability — for example, reducing environmental impacts or increasing employee participation...

Anthea Rowe
Research Insight
August 15, 2011

Insiders — and not just those at the top of the organization — can instigate cultural changes without disrupting the current corporate culture.

Jennifer G. Irwin
Research Insight
July 13, 2011

If your company employs many highly skilled workers, you may be expected to step up on work-life balance. 

Pam Laughland
Research Insight
June 10, 2011

Environmental controls can be costly and inefficient. Read how preventative measures and a committed workforce are key to good environmental management.

Pam Laughland
Research Insight
June 10, 2011

What motivates managers to look beyond regulatory requirements to improve their company’s environmental practices? It may be a matter of perspective. This...

Jason Winders
Systematic Review
November 30, 2010

93% of CEOs see sustainability as key to business success. Here, NBS presents a comprehensive framework to embed sustainability into organizational culture.

NBS
Executive Report
November 30, 2010

NBS presents a framework of best practices and tools to help managers embed sustainability into corporate culture and incite meaningful change.

NBS
Research Insight
August 20, 2010

A survey of supervisors in a multinational corporation finds only one factor is significant in shaping perceived support for corporate sustainability:...

Leo Wong
Research Insight
July 16, 2010

Employees working for firms with environmental policies are most likely to implement eco-initiatives. To encourage employee eco-initiatives, managers can...

Lauren Rakowski
Reports and Articles
June 30, 2010

NBS and Canadian Business for Social Responsibility present a five-part framework to help businesses embed sustainability into their organizational culture.

NBS