Boston Club boots Business 2.0
What does sustainability mean to the future of business? How can being environmentally and socially responsible affect your triple bottom line? Will the economy and business as we know it survive in its current state?
Boston Club alumni and friends came together on June 11 at the Harvard Graduate School of Education to discuss these and other questions with alumnus Jay Friedlander ’90 during “Business 2.0: Creating Sustainable Competitive Advantage.”
Friedlander is Sharpe-McNally Chair of Green and Socially Responsible Business at College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine, and adjunct professor in the MBA program at Babson College in Wellesley, Mass. (where program organizer and Boston Club President Tim Seamans ’02 earned his graduate degree).
Up next for Boston Alumni: A book club discussion of Run by Ann Patchett, led by Sarah Kelly ’99. Find out more ...