Video4Good met with Joan Blades of MomsRising and MoveOn.org at Commit!Forum 2012. Blades discusses how her organization, MomsRising, is working to change work culture to make employment more compatible with workers' lives outside of the workplace.
“I think culture is a competitive advantage” said Jennifer Prosek at the COMMIT!Forum in an interview with Video4Good. Prosek went on to explain, “Culture is at the heart of everything in an organization. Without culture you can’t be successful.”
Anna Burger believes CSR is worthwhile because of the importance it can have on the long-term health of our society and economy.
Ms. Burger sat down for an interview with Video4Good at COMMIT!Forum and explained that corporations that consider their communities, workers and environment end up making better decisions. Greed may drive decisions that can increase profits in the short term, but have negative impacts in the long term.
Corporate responsibility programs are a way to enhance organizations, not a drag on the bottom line or a distraction from the core of the business, says Gale Klappa of the Wisconsin Energy Corporation in an interview with Video4Good at the 2012 COMMIT!Forum.
In an interview with Video4Good at Commit!Forum 2012, Barlow expressed other strong opinions. He points out that in an environment where companies are motivated by profits and self interest, the human race is in competition with corporate organisms that have a limited sense of the future.
Video4Good caught up with DuPont's Camille Aylmer at the COMMIT!Forum in New York. In this video, Aylmer explains the importance of sustainability rankings and how Dupont's position among the Top 10 in the materials sector has emerged from a long corporate history with sustainability.