CEO Mike Brady and Head of External Affairs Jonathan Halperin at Greyston Bakery wrote about social enterprise and open hiring at Greyston Bakery, and how they have dovetailed successful growth with more inclusive business practices. This is a modest bakery with a great, big, disruptive idea.
[PODCAST] Carol Sanford on the Best Practices to Shift Businesses and Entrepreneurs to a ‘Regenerative Paradigm’
In this interview with LIFT Economy, the author of “The Responsible Business” and “The Responsible Entrepreneur” provides what she sees as the core education needed for business leaders to shift to a more regenerative mindset.
The Menlo Innovations co-founder has focused the software-development company’s work on ending suffering for the program manager, developer and user with an industry-redefining approach that focuses first on finding joy at work.
In this dialogue, the Dalai Lama teaches the benefits of ethical business. When business leaders widen the lens of the definition of “success” to include the environment and social justice, business becomes an instrument for social change and brings happiness.
The future of business must embrace shared ownership and purpose. Marjorie Kelly explains how the election of President Trump is a sign of the end of an era and the beginning of a more equitable, democratic business model.
The kids’ designer clothes produced by Isabel Garretón are more than adorably fashionable. This ethical clothing is the company’s means of providing dignified work opportunities to underprivileged women and to preserve their unique embroidery skills.
From how long business degrees should take to earn to how to best engage business schools in current sustainability goals and targets, author Giselle Weybrecht asks questions to get educators and administrators to think more creatively about how to embed sustainability into MBA education.
Joe Hudson lives at the intersection of self-exploration, inner discovery and venture capital. Hudson doesn’t invest in a project unless it has the potential to reach at least 10 million children a year – and has been successful doing it.
Major companies Ford, Johnson & Johnson, and Johnsonville Sausage all faced substantial crises in the course of their operations that forced them to reevaluate the core purpose of their businesses. The ways each company handled their situations can provide guidance for business leaders today.