A secret door to sustainable competitive advantage
Society is demanding more of business. So are shareholders. And often governments too. These expectations will keep growing and businesses and organizations that don’t adapt will struggle to survive. Those that figure it out can create a sustainable competitive advantage that can help drive profits and success.
CSR in the Middle East & North Africa
I was recently interviewed on CSR in the Middle East and North Africa and thought my responses might be interesting for some. This is the transcribed interview.
Canadian Oil Sands Energy: Time for Bold Action
It is time to stop tinkering at the margins and let's set bold goals to get Canadian Oil Sands energy to market AND make it palatable in our increasingly carbon and climate focused world.
Applying Six Best Practices in Stakeholder Engagement
From Pariah to Exemplar: Applying the six best practices in stakeholder engagement
Social Value Brand
Businesses today are increasingly expected to deliver some sort of social value in addition to shareholder value, or, at the very least, to not create harm to society.
CSR Skills: What you need and why
What skills and attributes are most helpful for someone working in (or wanting to work in) the growing field of corporate social responsibility?
What makes a CSR Strategy Strong?
I recently did a short interview on What makes a CSR Strategy strong and thought the transcript below might be interesting. It has a few thoughts and comments along with links to other articles and posts that I have authored.
CSR Training: Seven strategies to make it work for participants
Executive training programs can be boring, dull and virtually useless. Or they can be dynamic, career altering, fun and productive.
This time it IS in my Backyard! I'm a Stakeholder, not an International Expert
Last week a major LNG project was announced for my backyard, 2.5 miles from my home on Vancouver Island in Canada and right beside where I love to catch prawns and crabs with my little boat.
Lessons and case studies in engaging stakeholders successfully
Interview of Wayne Dunn by Toby Webb, founding director of Innovation Forum