What Does Sustainability Mean on Monday Morning?
presented in conjunction with Alumni Weekend 2011
Date & Time: Oct 15, 2011 4:30 PM - 6 PM
George S. Dively Building
11240 Bellflower Road
Cleveland, OH 44106-7166
(Valet Parking available at Bellflower Road Entrance)
A panel of speakers representing various disciplines will address real life, Monday morning issues managers face related to creating sustainable value for their companies.
Roger Saillant, Ph.D.,
Executive Director, the Fowler Center for Sustainable Value
WSOM Faculty Panel:
Anurag Gupta, Ph.D.
Department Chair and Professor, Banking and Finance
Susan Helper, Ph.D.
Gary Hunter, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Marketing and Policy Studies
Greg Jonas, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Accountancy
Bonnie Richley, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Organizational Behavior
Discussion to include:
How does staff ‘engagement level’ matter in an organization?
How does sustainability change staff commitment?
What can companies do to elevate their employees’ buy in / engagement around sustainability?
How does doing good actually result in my company doing well?
How do full life cycle costs fit into traditional balance sheets and income statements?
What does the triple bottom line really mean for accountants?
What is ‘green finance’?
How is Sustainable Value the business opportunity of the 21st Century?
How can a business embracing sustainable value gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace?
Cheryl Lauderdale, Associate Director, Alumni Relations & Special Events