"Once you have the right data, you can begin to make better decisions about how you use your streets and use your buildings."
Jessie Woolley-Wilson hosts a monthly meeting- the most well-attended meeting company-wide, she said - to talk about diversity, equity, and justice.
"Just because we did it doesn't mean we're going to do it again," Devika Bulchandani, CEO of Ogilvy, said.
"We saw with COVID-19 that we could potentially lose a decade of human gain. This concept of leaving no one behind is really important."
Chief people officer Lynne Oldham said Zoom conducts more interviews when hiring virtually to give candidates more of a window into the company.
IBM created a program called "checkpoint" for its employees five years ago, where it sets goals in an agile, iterative manner throughout the year.
The role of CHRO is going to evolve with data, Dane Holmes, CEO and cofounder of HR software firm Eskalera, said during Insider's virtual event.
Technology can help improve the employee experience, but HR leaders need to make sure any new tech is as user-friendly as possible.
Karen Karniol-Tambour and John Hoeppner provided an inside look into how investment giants Bridgewater and LGIM cut through the noise in ESG data.
Top execs at crypto giants Coinbase and Grayscale broke down why institutions are flocking to crypto now and what's next for the space.
Bank of America and Deloitte execs discussed the difference between the "personalization" and "individualization" of digital banking.
As companies set goals around environmental, social, and governance initiatives, their financial partners like banks and private-equity firms have potential to lead by example.
Insider's virtual event "Financing Net-Zero" featured experts from the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board and the San Francisco Employees' Retirement System.
Executives from Morgan Stanley, Citi, and The Carlyle Group discussed the value of sustainable finance and ESG-focused investing on Thursday.
Some 50% of workers in America reported feeling disengaged even before the pandemic. Companies need to invest in their workforce, but also need clear systems to measure the ROI
There are numerous financial instruments emerging as companies, governments, and institutions focus more on sustainability and other ESG goals. Leaders from BNP Paribas, JPMorgan Asset Management and IDA Ireland commented on the range of options available to companies working towards a more sustainable future
Insider Sustainability is your source for understanding the culture and business of sustainability, as well as responsible climate choice.
Klaus Schwab credits a good portion of his philosophy on climate change to Bill Gates, who he said is a leader in the green movement.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the power major corporations can have on issues like climate change, according to Unilever executive Rebecca Marmot.
Elizabeth Yeampierre said solutions need to be centered on racial justice and equity during an Insider panel on how tech can tackle climate change.
On April 20, Insider hosted the "Act to Impact: Keeping our Promises to the Planet" event that had a panel about the role art has in climate change.
Businesses worldwide got a wake-up call from the pandemic to take better care of people and the planet, Klaus Schwab said.
Remote work has given leaders the opportunity to change the way they manage their teams, according to “Virtual Leadership” author Dr. Penny Pullan. Pullan outlined five habits company leaders can implement to strengthen their workforce. Remote work can either expose inequalities in the workplace or help people overcome them depending […]
Allowing employees to design their own schedules and redefining “remote work” will be key post-pandemic, said Procter & Gamble’s Karl Preissner. P&G said it addressed gender and inequity biases by changing its parental leave policy. Working under the stress of finding new methods of doing things amplify bias and systematic […]
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