New Angles is lucky enough to have its offices in a shop in a 19th century covered arcade in the centre of Paris. We enjoy the company of our fellow businesses in the Passage du Grand Cerf, most of them designers, jewelers, arts & crafts types, with some very cool projects. And whenever possible we … Continue reading Aboriginal art and sustainability
It’s true that taking stakeholder impacts seriously is at the heart of sustainable business. But it would be naive to imagine expanding the business model to include all stakeholders. A company can’t possibly manage every single stakeholder affecting or affected by its activities, even if it could identify them. You have to choose which stakeholders … Continue reading Stakeholder strategy
The more I work in the sustainability integration field, the less I get excited about Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)… It seems to me that a company can be a brilliant innovator in CSR, thanks to its repertoire of policies, reporting and storytelling – and yet remain a laggard in terms of taking real responsibility for … Continue reading Is it all over for CSR?
For the past year I initiated and contributed to the preparation and launch of a European train journey for social intrapreneurs and entrepreneurs, similar to the Indian version Jagriti Yatra.
With a team coaching, I contributed in 2016 to the pragmatic building of a vision for a Schlumberger IT team.The seminar featured inspiring presentations by a blind lawyer who ‘sees’ thanks to Siri and the leader of “Le Wagon”, a coding school hosted at CoStation. The workshop inspired the team to work collaboratively on a 9 … Continue reading Team coaching with a resilient blind lawyer to support Schlumberger IT vision
I have participated in several joint HR-CSR activities, including the SEED Foundation at Schlumberger in 2002, a regional leadership workshop towards the ISO 26000 labeling at Imerys in 2010, and the SA 8000 certification and Ecosmart triple bottom line promotion at Stanley Black & Decker in 2015.