May 26 2015
The Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise at the Johnson Graduate School of Management completed a decade in existence in 2014. Over the past 10 years, it has successfully launched innovative programs; completed corporate projects with local and global reach; and conducted a variety of independe...
Apr 22 2015
Tom Harrison from The Practioner Hub for Inclusive Business interviews Erik Simanis, Head of the Frontier Markets Initiative, a joint program with the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise and Entrepreneurship at Cornell.
Apr 10 2015
Christine Bader, author of The Evolution of a Corporate Idealist: When Girl Meets Oil , delivers 2015 Day Family Ethics Lecture at Johnson
Apr 03 2015
Solar panels, wind turbines, electric vehicles and other green power sources are proliferating rapidly, but their reliable integration into the existing electric grid is another story.
Mar 04 2015
Johnson students, under the guidance of Mark Milstein, clinical professor of management and director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise , explore the larva meal business and suggested to Cornell agricultural scientists to focus on aquaculture as an initial market.
Feb 24 2015
The future of energy looks inspiring and hopeful to student participants in the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit, where a Johnson team won second place in the [Em]Powering Grid Resilience Competition.
Feb 09 2015
SGE demonstrates the benefits of applied research.
Feb 06 2015
Dr. Laurie Marker, Founder and CEO of Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF), spoke at the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise (SGE) colloquium, encouraging students to be a part of wildlife conservation efforts and to use private sector approaches to achieve conservation goals.
Jan 27 2015
OneEnergy, a developer of large-scale clean energy projects, this year selected two Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management students to participate in the OneEnergy Scholars program .
Jan 15 2015
“Today, Africa is what China was 15 years ago,” said the founder and CEO of Heartland Global, Lloyd Le Page.
Jan 07 2015
Corporate clients value the insights they obtain from Johnson Immersion Learning teams
Dec 24 2014
Sid Kannan, MBA ’15, and Murali Kumar, MBA’15, have been awarded the D-Prize for their social venture, Eduquer. The prize includes a grant of $12,000 and a mentorship. Tapping into their passion for education, Kannan and Kumar entered the D-Prize competition with a social venture plan based on ide...
Dec 15 2014
The Frontier Markets Initiative , a collaboration between Entrepreneurship at Cornell and Johnson’s Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise , has announced a partnership with the international development UK-based organization Sightsavers. The goal of the partnership is to innovat...
Nov 26 2014
Fred Keller, Founder and Chairman of Cascade Engineering: “Why Business, Why Now: Solving the World’s Toughest Problems”
When Fred Keller , founder and chairman of Cascade Engineering, came to campus Nov. 13 as a guest speaker in David J. BenDaniel ’s course on business ethics, he made the ...
Nov 12 2014
Yossie Hollander, producer of PUMP , speaks at screening at Johnson
The Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise recently presented the documentary PUMP to Johnson students, faculty and other Cornell students. Directed by Joshua Tickell and Rebecca Harrell Tickell, PUMP ’s main mes...
Oct 22 2014
Dan Miller '78, managing director and co-founder of The Roda Group talks to Johnson students about climate change and business opportunities in clean tech.
Oct 17 2014
Leaders in Sustainable Global Enterprise speaker Chris Librie, senior director of living progress and strategy at Hewlett Packard corporate affairs, claims that “sustainability is more than charity. It is a tool to drive competitive advantage.”
Speaking to a Sage Hall lecture room fille...
Oct 07 2014
Energy sector alumni share developments and concerns about the future of energy
Oct 06 2014
“Just as the food industry is changing and pursuing transparency and sustainability, the time is ripe for fashion to follow suit,” Grillon says. “Disruptive innovation is needed.”
Sep 24 2014
Business is the largest catalyst for change, when it
comes to transitioning to a carbon-neutral economy, writes Jeremy Kuhre, MBA ‘16