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27 Feb 2024Academy cases “We must do away with the throw-away culture and find inspiration from the time when we patched our woolen socks”
Kristina Vigen grew up in the countryside with older generations who, back then, took care of the things they had acquired and made them last as long as possible. This meant repairing quality wool socks – especially because it made sense financially. ”Now the primary incentive for preserving the products is perhaps something else, namely the […]
27 Feb 2024Academy cases Good advice on Danish CSR in Thailand
Many of us know it very well: the company has drawn up CSR policies and guidelines. But how do you translate the good intentions and ambitions into concrete actions that make sense for the individual employee in everyday life? Even if there are many thousands of kilometers from the head office to the factory? This is everyday […]
27 Feb 2024Academy cases From CV to personal CSR career house
When Signe Rasmussen began the practical training, Sustainable Business Change Manager, she was determined to do one thing: She wanted to find a new path, both personally and professionally. Because even though Signe Rasmussen had already spent 7 years in the wind turbine industry, something was missing. “Although it was an exciting period in an industry […]
1 Nov 2018Employees & Work-Life Trends 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 […]
23 Oct 2018Employees & Work-Life Trends 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 […]
6 Sep 2012Employees & Work-Life Trends Put purpose before profit – and make money anyway
About a year ago, the Danish low-cost mobile phone company Call Me began the process of developing the strategy ”TRUST”, which integrates social responsibility and social capital (trust) in the heart of Call Me’s business. The strategy has already created tangible results on both the inner and outer bottom lines.
20 Jul 2011Employees & Work-Life Trends Employee volunteering – for the inner & outer bottom lines
Citizens and employees are increasingly on the hunt for a greater purpose with their daily efforts. It’s a quest for meaning – and a quest for a meaningful work-life. Employee volunteering is part of this trend – and when integrated into a company’s core business strategy it can benefit the triple bottom line.