Monthly Archives: May 2013

Stop the Waste – Rethink the process!

It is amazing how we have set up processes creating so much Waste – What were we thinking? Better said – What ARE we thinking! – very little has changed. On June 5th it is time again to put extra focus on waste … Continue reading

WWTEW – the “Stealthy” international web…

We have all heard of them “Tax shelters”, “Shell-companies”, “Offshore trust”, “Free economic zone”, Tax haven”, “Money laundering”, ”Offshore bank”, “Tax exile” and so on. There are more than 95 Countries/Territories known as “offshore financial centres” many of them designated … Continue reading

What is MY purpose in a sustainable world?

In some earlier articles I have tried to emphasize on the “problem” with incremental change, in relation to Sustainability. Here’s a new attempt. Often when we talk about change, many people start by defining where we are, not seldom describing … Continue reading

Is CSR really for everyone… 1,127 reasons why it’s not!

Once again – a terrible disaster affecting the poor and vulnerable! Once again – exploitation seems to be part of some company’s business-plan Once again – arguments, that CEO’s responsibility is to maximize value for shareholders Once again – greed … Continue reading

Rapid Transition…

Earlier this week the CO2-level at Mauna Loa passed the 400 ppm barrier – for most people it passed by as a small news item hidden among others, while in some newspapers it actually reached the front page. Next day … Continue reading

WE are the world… more cooperation needed!

If humanity is going to continue a successful life on this planet, we need to embrace a sustainable lifestyle – not only me, not only you, not only someone else – WE! “Success comes when people act together; failure tends … Continue reading

Management in a Sustainable future…

Sometimes when looking at new management books, management training etc. I find it a bit fascinating that so little have changed over time. For instance – how come that playing football still is considered a training ground for leadership, but … Continue reading