Bob Willard

Bob Willard

Bob Willard gave up an award-winning, successful career in senior management at IBM to devote himself full-time to building corporate commitment to sustainability. Widely in demand as a speaker, he has delivered hundreds of presentations demonstrating the business case for sustainability to companies, consultants, academics and NGOs world-wide. Bob is the author of The New Sustainability Advantage, The Sustainability Champion's Guidebook, and The Next Sustainability Wave. He was appointed an inaugural member of the Sustainability Hall of Fame by the International Society of Sustainability Professionals.

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The New Sustainability Advantage: The Presentation DVD

The New Sustainability Advantage: The Presentation DVD

Conscientious Commerce

The New Sustainability Advantage shows how the benefits of the "triple bottom line" can increase a typical company's profit by at least 51 to 81% …

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The New Sustainability Advantage

The New Sustainability Advantage

Seven Business Case Benefits of a Triple Bottom Line - Tenth Anniversary Edition

The New Sustainability Advantage shows how the benefits of the "triple bottom line" can increase a typical company's profit by at least 51 to 81% …

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The Sustainability Champion's Guidebook: The Presentation DVD

The Sustainability Champion's Guidebook: The Presentation DVD

How to Transform your Company

The Sustainability Champion's Guidebook is a practical, easy-to-follow guide which helps sustainability champions at any level in a company lead a …

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The Sustainability Champion's Guidebook

The Sustainability Champion's Guidebook

How to Transform your Company

This practical, easy-to-follow guidebook helps sustainability champions at any level in a company lead a transformation to a smarter, more …

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The Next Sustainability Wave (PDF)

The Next Sustainability Wave (PDF)

Building Boardroom Buy-in

by Bob Willard
foreword by Hunter Lovins

The idea of sustainability has been embraced enthusiastically by some businesses and rejected by others. The first wave of corporate converts to …

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