Resources and links to information on Abbott’s efforts to advance innovative, responsible and sustainable business.
2012 VolunteerMatch Client SummitMay 17-18, 2012San Francisco, CAwww.volunteermatchsummit.org
The Excellence in Corporate Responsibility Awards program was developed by industry experts with deep knowledge of corporate responsibility within Canada, including Laurie Simmonds of Green Living Enterprises, Valérie Bécaert of CIRAIG, Toby Heaps of Corporate Knights, Bob Mann of Jantzi-Sustainalytics, Chad Park of The Natural Step Canada, Marlo Raynolds of the Pembina Institute, sustainability consultant Lorraine Smith, and author and sustainability expert Bob Willard.
Representing a diverse community of global corporate citizens, members of the Boston College Center Executive Forum are a source of leadership, inspiration, knowledge, and expertise for others, wherever they sit in the firm, to influence their company to use its assets to create economic prosperity and contribute to a just and sustainable world. These business leaders contibute to the Center's Executive Forum blog.
Nonprofit organizations require strong, innovative leadership, especially during uncertain times. Governing for Nonprofit Excellence, a Harvard Business School Social Enterprise Initiative program, is designed to maximize the contributions of individual nonprofit board members. Participants are challenged to examine their role and the role of their boards in improving organizational effectiveness. Please visit our Website to learn more about this program.
To the people of the world...It’s a promise to encourage people to live healthier by offering a portfolio of both enjoyable and wholesome foods and beverages.
Medtronic, Inc. announces the release of its 2012 Corporate Citizenship Report, "Contributing to a Healthier Future."
Hilton Worldwide and nonprofit partner, the Global Soap Project, are finalists for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Business Civic Leadership Center’s Best Partnership Award, in honor of their collaboration to reduce waste and address disease prevention by repurposing and redistributing hotel soap.
You’ve probably heard of the “new economy,” which often refers to social media, sharing-based businesses, and sometimes socially responsible businesses. RSF Social Finance is working to build the next economy: one that’s rooted in community, considers everyone’s needs, and restores trust in financial relationships through transactions that are direct, transparent and personal.