Is rethinking corporate sustainability in the era of climate crisis on your agenda? Let’s talk!
Starting in January I’ll be having office hours every Wednesday to discuss ideas, questions, and thoughts related to my new book “Rethinking Corporate Sustainability in the Era of Climate Crisis — A Strategic Design Approach.”
After my book “Rethinking Corporate Sustainability in the Era of Climate Crisis — A Strategic Design Approach” was published in July I had the pleasure of talking with many people and organizations about the ideas and frameworks I share in the book.
This has been a great opportunity to listen, learn, and share my thoughts on why companies need to move away from what I describe as sustainability-as-usual to a new mode of awakened sustainability, what this change will look like and how to make it happen.
This journey continues! I’m interested in engaging in conversations about the themes of the book with more people! Therefore, starting in January I’m offering anyone interested in asking questions, sharing experiences, stories, ideas, etc. to join me during my book’s office hours — every Wednesday between 12:00–1:30pm EST. Feel free to schedule a 30-minute meeting here!
For more information about my book check the book’s webpage on Sandbox Zero.
Raz Godelnik is an Assistant Professor of Strategic Design and Management at Parsons School of Design — The New School. He is the author of Rethinking Corporate Sustainability in the Era of Climate Crisis (Palgrave Macmillan, July 2021). You can find other articles highlighting topics explored in the book on my Medium page and are welcome to follow me on LinkedIn.