Benedicte Faivre-Tavignot is Associate Professor of Strategy and the Executive Director of the Society and Organisation Institute at HEC Paris. In her research she focuses on reverse innovation and on the processes through which Social Businesses and Base of the Pyramid business models can be a lever for innovation and a lever for strategic renewal for firms.
In this video, Benedicte explains what are the consequences of climate change to equity and how companies can help to address these issues. Also, she gives multiple examples of policies and initiatives that are going in the right direction.
- Waking businesses up to the moment of time we are in
- The likely disruption businesses are facing into in the decade ahead
- Moving from viewing your business as a machine to seeing it as a living system
- From externalising impacts to realising that we need to reinvent how a business operates to recognise the reality of how interconnected it is with its operating context
- Moving from a static, zero-sum game view of the world, to seeing potential
- General Mills: 1 million acres regenerative agriculture target
- Nestle Generation Regeneration strategy
- Unilever sustainable and regenerative sourcing
- Nespresso Reviving Origins programme
- Interface ‘Factory as Forest’
- Tea Swaps, Kenya
- Kuapa KoKoo