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  • Mirrors and Bridges...

    With the EcoVision5 program, Philips has formulated highly ambitious objectives for its global group of companies. Raising sustainability higher and higher on the agenda requires a constant effort. Robert Metzke, responsible for this program, explains. 

  • How to Change Mindsets?

    Green: From just a color to the ultimate way to lead your company, change the mindset of future leaders. This was the title of the American Chamber of Commerce's Young Professionals Event celebrating the 50 years Dutch anniversary.  

  • Challenging the status quo

    Han Hendriks is an entrepreneur in the field of “Co-creating Social Enterprises” and is the founder of We Beat the Mountain: beating the global mountain of waste by designing, producing and selling products made from recycled materials.  

  • Knowmads Challenge all Structures

    Schools take iPhones away from the kids. “Why?” asks John Moravec, from Minnesota, US, author of Invisible Learning and founder of Education Futures. “It competes with the teacher. But in business we use this to get by. So, time for social change.”  

  • Believers and Non-Believers

    What does Schiphol Group’s process director for Corporate Responsibility do? Erik Lagerweij, also Managing Director at Lelystad Airport, focuses on innovation and lasting results. “Create energy and be patient…”  

  • Sharing is Creating

    Najiba Abdellaoui, Communication Consultant for TNT Express, winner of the Dutch Poetry Slam Championship 2008, was responsible for the communication concerning the new sustainable headquarters of TNT Express: the relocation and the new way of working. 

  • Leaving Behind Creative Footprints

    When Marcela Laguzzi first saw a hydroelectric power station as an eleven-year-old girl, it left quite an impression on her; it made the land fertile and provided Buenos Aires with renewable electricity! The social impact of your deeds, that’s what’s important.  

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  • Leadership in the Future

    The notion of organization changes a lot. New generations have other values and “people and planet” need attention. New forms and ways of interconnecting are required. That brings ambiguity and disorder for leaders today. 

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