The Social Business Blog
1 Nov 2018All blogs Sustainable business starts from within
When companies talk about scale they usually talk about growth of size or profit. But what about using your business to scale compassion and empathy? This is exactly what CEO of Frokost.dk, Martin Bjergegaard, has set out to do. Warm-hearted, Whole person and World-focused These are the three Ws that serial entrepreneur and CEO Martin […]
26 Oct 2018Events Sustainability is also about consciousness and authenticity
At SEAS-NVE, mindfulness, training with horses and Native American wisdom principles go naturally hand-in-hand with running a modern business. To them, sustainability is not only about green energy. It’s also about putting people first. SEAS-NVE is Denmark’s largest cooperatively-owned energy and fibre-optic company. From the outside they look like a traditional energy company: They deliver […]
23 Oct 2018All blogs How can silence lead us to a more sustainable world?
If you want to save the world, you must also deal with your inner world. If you want to achieve purposeful goals, you must take care of your biggest asset: your mind. So, don’t just do something – just sit there! The silent drivers of sustainable solutions When Laura Storm, an internationally recognized WEF Young […]
11 Apr 2011Globalization Issues Measuring happiness – progressive or pointless?
With today’s resource scarcity and skyrocketing social imbalances, how we determine and measure growth is becoming a critical issue. In The New Pioneers I focus on three sustainable growth principles. One of them is the principle of immaterial growth, reflected in concepts like the Triple Bottom Line and Gross National Happiness.
11 Jan 2011Globalization Issues First-movers engage, innovate and co-create with CSR 2.0
The transformation of the internet through new social technologies is changing the face of CSR. With Web 2.o comes CSR 2.o with new possibilities for social interaction, involvement and participation in finding innovative ways to tackle everything from individual business challenges to global problems