How CSR is Integrated with Companies’ Strategy and Stakeholders
Customers, employees, suppliers and the society are placing greater importance on CSR. Corporate leaders have taken notice and do consider CSR initiatives to be key drivers to their overall strategies, allowing them to creatively address key business issues and bring benefit to the society at the same time.
The big challenge for executives is how to develop an approach that can truly deliver on these lofty ambitions—and, as of yet, few have found the way. In the Session B Industrial Track Panel Discussion, we invite innovative companies to share with you how they manage to overcome this hurdle, and create value for both the business and society simultaneously.
Jean is in charge of business development, combining Schneider Electric resources and partnerships to deploy sustainability solutions for both corporations and cities. Before developing the services of Schneider Electric in the sustainability management field, he has gained an extensive experience in the Energy & Infrastructure sector for more than 15 years.
He built several alliances among carefully selected partners. In addition to his current corporate role, Jean sits on the advisory boards of several companies and also contributes to various sustainability thinktanks. Jean holds a Master of Engineering from Mines ParisTech and he has also earned an MBA degree from INSEAD.
Mr. Jean Pasternak