Incorporating sustainable business practices impacts every facet of a firm's operations—from manufacturing to logistics to service and everything in between. And while new regulatory and compliance issues may seem overwhelming or restrictive, leading executives and board members recognize that financial success and sustainability are not mutually exclusive. We are at an inflection point for the adoption of sustainable products, services and operations, but not all leaders have the tools to take advantage of this opportunity.
In Kellogg Executive Education's new program on sustainability, you'll identify significant opportunities to integrate sustainability into your business practices. Senior faculty from Kellogg and the Institute for Sustainability and Energy at Northwestern University will provide you with the tools to assess, plan and act on sustainability commitments for your organization, allowing you to drive growth while reducing risk. Plus, you'll visit the world-class Shedd Aquarium for an up-close look at an iconic Chicago institution leading the way with their innovative solutions and measurable sustainability commitments.
Developing and implementing sustainable business practices can benefit both business and the planet at large – the time is now to create impactful and profitable change.
VIDEO: Learn more from the program faculty.
VIDEO: Learn more from Co-Academic Director Holly Benz
VIDEO: Learn more from Kellogg Professor Klaus Weber
The Relevance of Sustainability for Business
Key Technologies and Strategies to Drive Sustainability
Transforming Into a Sustainable Enterprise
Holly Benz - Co-Academic Director; Clinical Associate Professor & Director of the Master of Science in Energy and Sustainability (MSES) at the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Institute for Sustainability and Energy (ISEN) at Northwestern University
Meghan Busse - Co-Academic Director; Associate Professor of Strategy
Klaus Weber - Professor of Management & Organizations - Managing Sustainability Transformations and Sustainability Across the Enterprise; deputy director of the Northwestern Buffett Institute for Global Affairs
Aaron Yoon - Assistant Professor of Accounting & Information Management; ESG Investing and Sustainability Reporting
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