Event: Spark innovation through socially and environmental practices [Stanford]

Spark innovation through socially and environmental practices

Spark innovation through socially and environmental practices
Date: Earth Day, April 22, 2008
Time: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Location: Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center, Stanford University [Directions]

Speakers: TBA in February 2008
Description:

“It’s easier to prototype innovative systems than to retrofit solutions.” shared Hannah Jones, vice president of corporate responsibility at Nike, with us during the 2007 inaugural conference.”In five year’s time, we won’t recognize the business models,” she said.

This year, we will explore how breakthrough socially and environmentally responsible supply chain practices can fundamentally change business models, lead to overall improved business performance and strengthen organizations.

We believe that our ability to address complex social problems depends on the collaboration of business, government, and nonprofits. By design this conference will bring together leaders from all three of these sectors to share and advance the theory and practice of socially and environmentally responsible supply chains.

Rates Early bird
Until 3/21/08
General
Forum or CSI members FREE FREE
Non-members $395 $495
Nonprofit, Education Government $295 $405

Stanford Social Innovation Review subscribers get an extra $30 discount.

Register

Thanks, Aman B.

Advertisements