IKEA's Transformational Journey

The Conference Board of Canada, June 3, 2014
Recorded Webinar
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This recorded webinar looks at IKEA's transformational journey. Join Coro Strandberg, CSR and sustainability strategist and thought leader, to learn about the emergence of the transformational company and how it forges a new path to a sustainable future – and commercial success. Hear about the qualities that define this new corporate ethic and how companies can make it work for them – and the greater good.

Webinar Highlights

Joining Coro for this 60-minute session is Brendan Seale, Sustainability Manager at IKEA Canada. IKEA has been committed to sustainability for many years, and are now determined to take the next big step. Through their new sustainability strategy, they will use sustainability to drive innovation, transform their business, shape their investments and unleash new business opportunities. This webinar explores sustainability at IKEA.

Brendan profiles his company’s transformational “People & Planet Positive” strategy, which includes three change drivers:

  1. Inspire and enable millions of customers to live a more sustainable life at home.
  2. Strive for resource and energy independence.
  3. Take a lead in creating a better life for the people and communities impacted by our business.

About Coro:

Coro Strandberg, Principal of Strandberg Consulting, is a nationally recognized corporate social responsibility and sustainability consultant. She advises corporations and organizations on the integration of sustainability into business purpose, governance, risk management, strategy and operations in ways that create business and societal value.

About Brendan:

Brendan Seale, Sustainability Manager at IKEA Canada. He works to integrate sustainability principles into IKEA Canada’s strategy, operations, products and services, culture, governance, and brand.

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