Georgia Tech’s Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business is one of a growing number of centers and institutes dedicated to fueling the sustainability movement within major business schools.
Industry, government and NGOs turn to these centers not only to recruit MBAs with sustainability experience, but also to train their own executives, tackle specific enterprise challenges, and lead industry-wide consortiums. In return, these centers need industry partners to provide real-world problems for student projects, industry-relevant research opportunities, and—in some instances—funding.
To know that there are benefits to working with academics in business and sustainability, you need only look at the major brands that appear throughout this series: Bank of America, Alcoa, Duke Energy, Lockheed Martin and more.
But to find the right academic partner, it’s important to first understand how they differ, and how they operate.
In this complimentary series you’ll discover:
Plus, Q&A’s with the directors of these centers will answer specific questions like: