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The International Finance Corporation asks CBI to explore a corporate-community engagement problem related to a Honduran palm oil company that was not meeting its social and environmental requirements.
CBI helps formulate Energia 2050, a shared roadmap for a cleaner, cheaper, and more accessible energy future for Chile.
At CBI's 20th Anniversary Symposium, discussion focuses on the most significant challenges and opportunities for collaboration to improve global food systems.
CBI’s 20th Anniversary Symposium brings together an extraordinary, global group of colleagues to generate ideas on how collaboration can help mitigate and resolve present and future conflicts.
At its 20th Anniversary Symposium, CBI focuses on the most significant challenges and opportunities for collaboration to help secure affordable, reliable, and clean energy.
At its 20th Anniversary Symposium, CBI focuses on the most significant challenges and opportunities for collaboration to improve water governance.
Climate change surfaces repeatedly throughout CBI's 20th Anniversary Symposium as a critical factor in understanding the challenges around food, water, energy, and the role of technology.
At its 20th Anniversary Symposium, CBI explores natural resource management as a gender issue.
At its 20th Anniversary Symposium, CBI discusses new technologies for joint fact-finding, collaborative decision-making, and stakeholder representation.
How do you design online negotiation trainings to overcome the challenges online training courses face in engaging students and effectively delivering content?
Drawing from multiple case experiences, this article shows that global supply chain management in the 21st century requires more than just token Corporate Social Responsiblity or sustainability initiatives. Companies must adopt a mutual gains approach to maximize value for themselves and others.
CBI's David Plumb describes gaining “big-picture” clarity at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and using it to guide CBI’s future work.