Bard MBA in Sustainability Podcast w/ Pepsi's Manoj Fenelon

@BardMBA's Sustainable Business Friday's podcast series w/ Pepsi's Manoj Fenelon - The Gospel of Doubt
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On September 4th, Bard MBA in Sustainability spoke with Manoj Fenelon, Director of Foresight & Innovation for PepsiCo about The Gospel of Doubt.

In a world teeming with answers, Manoj helps ask good questions that catalyze and channel collective imagination.

How can Business Combine Profit with Purpose? The Future for Sustainability Summit (Summary Report and Videos)


On 1st October, Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) hosted the Future for Sustainability Summit in partnership with the Financial Times.  The Summit explored the challenges facing businesses who seek to combine the drive for profit with a wider contribution to society and the environment. 

Life-Size Living™: How to Find Meaning Within Our Means Once More


The time when we were happily seduced into reaching far, far beyond our means with a promise of infinite everything and the glittering lure of a‘larger-than-life’ life, seems, to some of us at least, quite archaic now.

But even in our socially enlightened, austerity-shredded, community-conscious, light-speed-connected present, we still struggle to get to grips with a smarter, lighter, less financially and materially burdensome style of life.

How to Redefine Capitalism-as-Usual (or 8 Steps to Becoming a Truly Sustainable Brand)


Patagonia's Rick Ridgeway eloquently summed up the ‘elephant in the room’ of capitalism: Growth is not sustainable. Ridgeway accepts that evolving from our current economic system will be especially challenging for larger companies with insatiable IPOs, but I’d like to share some ways it not only can be done but is being done.

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Is Your Business Model Sustainability Proof?

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
“Most businesspeople are so busy working for their business or in their business that they never find time to work on their business. Thus they fail to anticipate what might happen or what they might be able to make happen”. –The Fast East the Slow