Written by three leading thinkers in the field of sustainability, All In defines the essential attributes of high-impact corporate sustainability leadership and describes how companies can combine and apply those characteristics for future success.
All In draws on research involving thousands of experts globally as collected via the GlobeScan-SustainAbility Leaders Survey over two decades. The book also reveals insights from dozens of interviews with Chairs, CEOs and Chief Sustainability Officers of pioneering companies, including 3M, BASF, BP, DuPont, Google, GE, Huawei, IKEA, Interface, Marks & Spencer, Natura, Nestlé, Nike, Novo Nordisk, Patagonia, Shell, Tata, Toyota, Unilever and Walmart, explaining how they have gained recognition, created value and boosted resiliency based on their sustainability leadership. All In also outlines what the private sector must do to lift sustainability performance, protect business’s license to operate and help deliver the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
This unique book, rich with quantitative and qualitative insights, offers current and aspiring business leaders a succinct overview of the most important developments and trends in corporate sustainability and responsible leadership. All In will also appeal to others interested in why sustainability has become a critical mainstream business issue.
With a foreword by Dan Hendrix, Chairman, Interface, and afterword by Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever.
Foreword: Dan Hendrix, Chairman, Interface
PART ONE - THE EVOLUTION OF CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY LEADERSHIP
Chapter 1: Twenty Years of the GlobeScan-SustainAbility Leaders Survey
Chapter 2: Crossing the Threshold to Corporate Sustainability Leadership
PART TWO – GOING ALL IN
Chapter 3: Purpose
Chapter 4: Plan
Chapter 5: Culture
Chapter 6: Collaboration
Chapter 7: Advocacy
Chapter 8: Unilever – Going All in
Chapter 9: Interface - Scaling Mount Sustainability
Chapter 10: Present Best Practice Checklist
PART THREE - NOW FOR THE FUTURE
Chapter 11: Individual Leadership for Sustainability
Chapter 12: 2030 Leadership Horizon
Afterword: Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever
David Grayson is Emeritus Professor of Corporate Responsibility at the Cranfield School of Management. He is also chair of the charity Carers UK. He is a former Managing Director of Business in the Community.
Chris Coulter is CEO of GlobeScan, an insights and strategy consultancy focused on helping leadership organizations build trust with their stakeholders. He also serves on the boards of Good World Solutions and Canadian Business for Social Responsibility (CBSR).
Mark Lee is Executive Director of SustainAbility, a think tank and consultancy accelerating corporate sustainability leadership. He chairs the Advisory Board of Sustainable Brands and sits on the Senior Advisory Board of the Centre for Responsible Business at the Haas Business School at UC Berkeley.
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