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The Biggest Missed Opportunity in Corporate Strategy? Sustainability

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BSR's "Four Cs of integrated strategy" applies a sustainability lens to the traditional "Three Cs" of corporate strategy—customers, competitors, and corporation—by considering the impact of civil society and government.

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BSR's "Four Cs of integrated strategy" applies a sustainability lens to the traditional "Three Cs" of corporate strategy—customers, competitors, and corporation—by considering the impact of civil society and government.

Is It Time for an Asian Sustainable Development Fund?

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José Ramos-Horta, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and Former President, Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste

BSR Conference 2012: Highlights

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The theme of this year’s BSR Conference was “Fast Forward” — a nod to the urgent action required by companies to create a “just and sustainable world.” While the majority of the U.S.

BSR Conference 2012: Video Highlights

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The BSR Conference 2012 highlight video features BSR CEO & President Aron Cramer, Global Philanthropy Forum's Jane Wales, will.i.am, Allen L. White of the Tellus Institute, BeCause's Mats Lederhausen, Levi's Michael Kobori, Cisco's Tae Yoo, Andy Revkin of The New York Times, Worldwatch Institute's Robert Engelman, Richard Gillies of Marks & Spencer, and many other speakers and attendees. Watch the video.

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