Sustainability is a Mindset, Not a Job
July 14, 2010 Leave a comment
Many businesses are gearing up for sustainability by adding a position to oversee it.
Will adding a position without changing the way decisions are made actually lead to sustainable business practices within the organization?
It turns out that sustainable CEOs are making money while incorporating sustainable business practices into their daily practices, and that “sustainability” is a mindset and a way of doing business profitably in their companies, rather than a job position.
These articles provide a case for the “sustainability mindset” and list CEOs who are being recognized for doing it well:
And the Top 10 Most Sustainable CEOs Are… by Nick Aster, Triplepundit.com
Sustainability Mindset by Frits Hesselink, cepatoolkit.blogspot.com
Sustainability Starts When You Throw Away the Instruction Manual, by Saybrook University’s Organizational Systems Program (guest article) at Triplepundit.com
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