Corporate Social Responsibility: Sustainability

Live Date:  February 19, 2008 at 1 p.m. ET

The greening of Corporate America is no longer just a nice idea reserved for tree huggers and environmentalists. In a global economy, more and more companies are recognizing the global impact of their business, not just in terms of dollars and sense but also its impact on the planet. Today, businesses have an opportunity to win customer support, engage employees, and gain competitive advantage, while improving lives, communities, and the world. Sustainability is as much about doing well as it is about doing good. And, now more than ever, it’s a source of differentiation for clients and consumers.

What’s more, for firms planning to offer consulting services on sustainability and socially responsible matters to clients, the best place to begin is at home.


  • Joe Kornik, Editor-in-Chief, Consulting magazine
  • Tom Rodenhauser, Director of Research for Kennedy Information
  • Daniel Mahler, Global Coordinator for Sustainability, A.T. Kearney

This webinar will examine the business sense around sustainability, as well as offer a behind the scenes look at how A.T. Kearney has become the leader in sustainability efforts for itself and its clients.

Learn how A.T. Kearney, as part of its massive sustainability initiative, will become carbon-neutral by the end of 2009 through the use of an “alternative delivery mechanism” of its consulting services worldwide.

Join this exclusive event and uncover the answers to such critical questions as:

  • How can my firm practice sustainability?
  • How can my clients benefit from a sustainable strategy
  • What’s the link between corporate responsibility and the bottom line?

You’ll uncover the Best Practices of A.T. Kearney, a leader in sustainability, including

  • The key metrics around sustainability
  • Product and services optimization
  • How to achieve sustainability across the entire supply chain

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