25 April, 2013 | (01 hr)
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After 10 years of a formal sustainable development program, Michelin decided to step back and reexamine its approach. Internal surveys revealed low employee awareness of the program, senior management needed to be more involved and the program lacked ties to the corporate strategy.
During this webcast, participants can gain insight into how to obtain management buy-in, how to structure a sustainability plan in a complex corporate environment and how to engage a global workforce.
Who should attend
Executives in charge of Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility and Managers developing Corporate Strategy
Michael Ian Fanning
Between now and 2050 the global population is expected to increase from about 7 billion people to more than 9 billion people, with the majority of the growth in the developing and emerging world. As this growth and development takes place, substantial changes will be required in all countri...Full Bio
Dr. Uwe G. Schulte
Dr. Uwe G. Schulte is Leader, Global Sustainability Centre, and Program Director for the European Sustainability Council at The Conference Board.
Schulte was executive director of the INSEAD Social Innovation Centre and spent most of his professional career at Unilever. In his final role,...Full Bio