Values revisited

Chances are you have worked in an organisation that has articulated its values, but somehow the process just hasn’t worked. On the other hand, for those of you that work in an organisation that lives its values, you have probably been a part of something truly special. Rosabeth Moss Kanter’s recent book SuperCorp, is based… Continue reading Values revisited

Inspiring sustainability books

With the Christmas holiday break approaching, here are a few books that, for me, show clear signposts of the way forward to a more sustainable world. These books inform in two domains – the first is sustainability, and the second is in the human dynamics of organisations. Common to these books is a process of… Continue reading Inspiring sustainability books

Reporting or engaging?

If resources in your business were tight, and you had to choose between reporting and engaging, which would it be? Here is why I would choose engaging. Reporting is a quality assurance process with its roots in twentieth century industrial processes. I regard the current day sustainability movement to have started in the early sixties,… Continue reading Reporting or engaging?