Lots of modern companies have individuals in charge of sustainability or social responsibility. How do they see themselves, and their role in the company? Is their job to make themselves obsolete, by helping ensure that every employee sees sustainability or social responsibility as their job? Or will a company that has a “chief sustainability officer” continue to need one in the long run? >>>
LINK: Toward a Corporate World Where Sustainability Is an Expectation, Not a Goal (by Christine Bader, for the Atlantic)
In this series, I’ve explored how people in different corporate roles and functions can push their companies towards more responsible and sustainable practices. So who has the power to make real and lasting change?
As counterintuitive as it may seem, those who are the most effective may be the employees who are the least visible. ….