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.
By practicing these five good deeds, conscientious businesses can form more peaceful relationships with the societies in which they operate, serving causes greater than just profits and internal policies.
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.
From Colonial Quakers to Silicon Valley billionaires, impact investing has put dollars to use to bring about change via funding social enterprise. Today, investors are doing so in smarter ways than ever.
Happy Family’s Shazi Visram and Danone’s Lorna Davis on How Going Big Doesn’t Have to Mean Selling Out
Shazi Visram of Happy Family and Danone’s Lorna Davis discuss how Danone’s acquisition of the successful Happy Family brand has led the multinational conglomerate to commit to seeking third-party verification of 14 more of its companies’ best practices.
Corey Rennell’s CORE Kitchen is the organic-restaurant extension of CORE Foods, a conscientious company hooked on making basic, healthy ingredients accessible.