Sustainability is the seed of a profound industrial revolution that gives meaning to one of humanity's greatest opportunities:
That of giving birth to a new form of economy, based on innovations that will serve the interests of the greatest number, without mortgaging the future - a necessary condition for lasting.
That of giving birth to a new way of doing society by anchoring economic action in its beneficial aspect, not for the benefit of some at the expense of others, but for society and the environment, in a single entity - a sine qua non condition for enduring.
Inventing models of sustainable companies may be the most exciting innovation challenge of our century to hatch the economic value system of tomorrow, that of sustainability.
What companies should consider to be sustainable?
What should be the key performance indicators to follow to ensure that a company is sustainable overtime?
From a sustainability standpoint, does it make sense for companies to aim for organic growth, year after year without limit? And in which conditions such approach could sustainably making sense?
What is the state of maturity from a business school perspective in teaching the implications that sustainability should have in any business practices?
What should be the changes from both, business perspective and government perspective, in leveraging emerging technology while ensuring to serve sustainability effectiveness?