As we celebrate Earth Day, we’re highlighting how our collective sustainability impact can grow exponentially when organizations like Salesforce, Royal Philips and Steelcase encourage, help and require those they do business with to follow suit.
Planned before the pandemic, the new office in Sevenum in the Netherlands is an example of a resilient workplace that adapted easily to safely welcome employees back.
By Jim Keane, Steelcase President and CEO — Today, Steelcase announced we have achieved carbon neutrality throughout our own operations. We are going even further, having set aggressive science-based targets in line with the most ambitious goal of the Paris Agreement.
Global measurement standards identify specific elements that ensure the workplace enhances people’s wellbeing.
“We work hard to create an equitable and inspiring place to work, and it’s a delight to be recognized for our efforts,” said Jim Keane, Steelcase President and CEO.
Leadership looks very different today than it did just a few decades ago. Organizations are shifting from hierarchical and self-contained models to part of a broader system with less concentrated control. Kim Dabbs, Steelcase director of social innovation, shares how space can transform an organization by building transparency and trust as part of an esteemed panel at the 11th Global Peter Drucker Forum.
Laurent Bernard, Steelcase vice president of global talent management, shared progress being made toward a new social innovation goal — creating shared value in the communities where we live and work through scalable, systemic and sustainable social change led by employees.
What very important question comes up again and again in the Steelcase boardroom? Steelcase CEO Jim Keane has the answer. He also shares the story behind Steelcase’s ongoing commitment to sustainability including reduced water and energy use and investments in the infrastructure needed to generate clean energy.