A presentation of the findings of the 2012 global study on how companies are realizing the benefits of changing business models for sustainability success.
David Kiron and Eugene Goh share a framework for analyzing sustainability business models, and explain the importance of having a business case. Using examples from recent interviews and case studies, they present recommendations and some best practices for taking advantage of the opportunities sustainability offers successful organizations.
This webinar is based on the research report “The Innovation Bottom Line.”
About the Presenters
David Kiron is executive editor at MIT Sloan Management Review, leading the Sustainability & Innovation content initiative. Previously he was a senior researcher at Harvard Business School. Kiron holds a PhD in philosophy from the University of Rochester and a BA from Oberlin College.
Eugene Goh is a principal at The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in the Oslo office. While at BCG, Eugene has worked on a number of sustainability topics and publications and is a core member of BCG’s sustainability team. Eugene holds an MSc in Economics for Development from Oxford, where he also earned a BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics.