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Five myths about the Chinese economy - McKinsey Quarterly

A widely held Western view of China is that its stunning economic success contains the seeds of imminent collapse. This is a kind of anchoring bias… 1,470 more words

China Alert

Business: The Secret Agents to Fight Climate Change?

, CEOs and world leaders met at the UN to talk climate. In the run-up to these high-level talks, many companies and some relatively new voices from the business community have been sounding both the alarm and the rallying cry for action. 1,262 more words


Are businesses becoming short-sighted?

Short-termism, as defined by the Financial Times, refers to an excessive focus on short-term results at the expense of long-term interests. In Andrew Winston’s new book, … 156 more words


Andrew Winston's "The Big Pivot"

By: Nathan Sell*

What does it mean to live in a world that is hotter, scarcer and more open?  Andrew Winston, business sustainability guru, debuts his follow up work to “Green to Gold.”  “The Big Pivot” looks at what it means to live in a world ravaged by unpredictable weather patterns, scarcity of precious resources, and openness of information that comes with living in the world of today and tomorrow.  486 more words

Doing Business in a Radically Changing World, 6-11-14

Green business guru Andrew Winston, author of the bestselling book Green to Gold, discusses his new book, “The Big Pivot: Radically Practical Strategies for a Hotter, Scarcer, and More Open World.”   10 more words


The Big Pivot- By Andrew Winston

As part of one of my course works this semester, we were asked to read Andrew’s latest book called,’The Big Pivot’.  It was quite a fast and interesting read and full of concrete steps although sometimes it may feel like the steps are a little impractical to implement immediately in an established major company. 585 more words

Book Reviews

Insanity in Business - a Guardian Special

The Guardian Environment pages seem to have taken a turn for the better, with less frequent articles telling us that the world is melting and that we can save it by cleaning our teeth less often. 1,014 more words