Johnson’s SGE Club Receives Net Impact’s Silver Chapter Standing Johnson's SGE Club is award Silver standing by the national Net Impact organization. ›
Insights on Doing Business at the Base of the Pyramid Johnson’s Mark Milstein shares lessons learned at Social Innovation Summit at the United Nations in New York City ›
The Market Creation Strategies Initiative: Applied Research Produces Real ImpactErik Simanis, managing director of Market Creation Strategies, describes a process for applied research that produces tangible results for industry and academia alike. ›
Driving Social Change Around the WorldLori McMahon, SGE immersion '09 and MBA '10, senior marketing consumer market manager at Intel Corporationhas been leading the company's efforts to engage consumer audiences in the conflict minerals i... ›
Mission and Corporate ResponsibilityPanelists discuss mission-driven and B-corp businesses in panels sponsored by the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise. ›
Robert Collier Recognized for Leadership in Sustainable Global EnterpriseRobert Collier was the recipient of this year’s Samuel C. Johnson Award in Sustainable Global Enterprise for Individual Leadership. ›
Corporations Develop Social-Impact Ventures at The Intrapreneur LabThe Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise is in New York City hosting The Intrapreneur Lab, an innovative, hands-on program for business managers designed to steer their new ventures to success. ›
Improving Social and Environmental Sustainability: A Credit Union Assessment and ComparisonMonica Touesnard, associate director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, writes the foreword to a Filene report that helps credit unions identify where efforts should be directed to impro... ›
Student Initiative Results in Green Revolving Fund Launch at Johnson Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise moves forward with new experiential program emphasizing technology and investment to combat climate change
Top Researchers in Business Sustainability Gather at Johnson6 th Annual Alliance for Research in Corporate Sustainability to assemble more than 50 leading minds from North America, Asia, Europe, and the U.K. ›
Hotel Guests Benefit from Environmental CertificationFaculty affiliate, Rohit Verma and colleagues publish new research on the impact of environmental certification on the hotel industry. ›
Defining the Benefits of Destination MonitoringJohnson MBA students work with Sustainable Travel International to define the benefits of destination monitoring for businesses, governments, and communities. ›
Statler earns award as greenest hotel in New York stateCornell’s Statler Hotel will receive the 2014 Good Earthkeeping Award, the greenest award bestowed by the New York State Hospitality and Tourism Association. ›
Cook Stove Design Competition Yields Innovative Designs for a Cleaner WorldJohnson’s Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise and Toyotomi asked designers from across the globe to create stoves to benefit households in developing countries ›
2013 President's Sustainable Campus Committee SummitAt Cornell's third annual President's Sustainable Campus Committee summit, Cornellians reported that the strategies to reduce the university's carbon footprint are working, but the campus has a long r... ›
Market Creation Strategies Initiative to Focus on Business Fundamentals at the Bottom of the Pyramid Center launches program in Latin America to help corporations profitably serve low-income consumers. ›
Bose V.P. Stresses SustainabilityDrawing from his experiences as a leader of audio equipment company Bose Corporation, Rick Martino MBA ’82 told students Wednesday that sustainability and financial viability can go hand in hand in th... ›
Redefining the bottom of the pyramidJohnson's Stuart Hart discusses redefining the bottom of the pyramid. ›
Johnson’s Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise to lead $2.3 million effort to improve economic links to marine ecosystemsInternational team will undertake research to develop tools that identify and nurture positive links between local businesses, local economies, and coastal natural capital. ›
Novelis Building Sustainable Enterprise through Disruptive InnovationJohnson's Stuart Hart discusses how Novelis introduces new initiatives to continue reducing its carbon footprint. ›
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