In the wake of a new political landscape, it seems more timely than ever to have an important conversation about the interaction of business and society in today’s world, and the increasingly blurred lines between the two. For one, the U.S. presidential election in 2016 might have created the perfect storm for a number of global companies with headquarters in the U.S. to take on bigger social and political stances than they have been accustomed to because of mounting customer, … “The Evolution of Technology & Society”
Capitalizing on the Sustainable Benefits of the IoT’: observations from the HPE Living Progress Exchange, a global online stakeholder dialogue hosted by HPE and GlobeScan in September 2016.
In September 2016, GlobeScan was excited to partner with Hewlett Packard Enterprises (HPE) to deliver the fourth Living Progress Exchange (LPX). Building on the success of previous LPXs we went a step further with the latest version by holding an online dialogue simultaneously with an in-person panel at the GreenBiz VERGE conference. Our preparation and planning paid off as we were able to drive a very interesting discussion on the opportunities for and challenges of leveraging the Internet of Things … “Capitalizing on the Sustainable Benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT)”
Supply chains are the arteries of modern economies, touching the lives of workers at production factories to end-consumers across the world. Operating within this complex global system is undoubtedly a challenge. Moreover, the complexities of our supply chains often become further entangled with obscure laws, cumbersome regulations and opaque governance. This is changing. Brands are becoming more transparent and supply chains are getting more daylight… but it is only just morning. Webinar 1: Supply Chain and Labor: Unfiltered Data Directly … “Webinar Recap: Emerging Technology in the Supply Chain: The (R)Evolution of Monitoring”
John Schulz is Director of Sustainability Operations at AT&T. In this role, John works across the business, with customers and with credible third parties to identify how AT&T products and services can be important solutions for pressing environmental and social problems. John began his AT&T career in the Corporate Real Estate group and migrated into leadership roles with the Energy and Corporate Sustainability organizations. GlobeScan Director James Morris recently spoke with John about the key challenges we are currently facing … “Recognizing Leaders: John Schulz, AT&T”
On September 21, at the GreenBiz Verge conference and online around the world, HPE, in conjunction with GreenBiz and GlobeScan, hosted a global interactive dialogue on how we can collectively drive the sustainability benefits of the Internet of Things to scale. The Exchange took place using GlobeScan’s new approach to stakeholder engagement: a real-time, online, text-based Collaboration Forum. The forum brought together experts from around the world to create a dialogue where we can learn from others, inspire fresh thinking … “Conference Recap: HPE Living Progress Exchange at the GreenBiz Verge Conference”
The Internet of Things’ (IoT) potential to drive transformative change in the environmental, social and economic spheres is a source of hope and excitement. However, while some companies are delivering examples of where this potential is becoming reality, is the progress quick enough and at a large enough scale to help address the rapid onset of global challenges we face? Just as with Internet more broadly, no one owns the Internet of Things. So how do we ensure that the … “Join the HPE Living Progress Exchange 4: Capitalizing on the Sustainable Benefits of the Internet of Things”
‘Accelerating Efficiency’: observations from the HPE Living Progress Exchange, a global online stakeholder dialogue hosted by GlobeScan on December 9 and 10, 2015.
‘Accelerating Opportunity’: observations from the HPE Living Progress Exchange, a global online stakeholder dialogue hosted by GlobeScan on December 9 and 10, 2015.
A report on IT sector intelligence, drawn from GlobeScan Radar’s 2014 study of global public attitudes towards business in society.