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Sustainability’s Intangible Upsides Produce

Dan Probst explores how senior managers are beginning to consider sustainability with a view beyond cost savings.  Shareholders and customers alike are seeking assurance that companies are “doing the right thing” with regard to the environment, while employees increasingly prefer a sustainable work environment.  Jones Lang LaSalle’s IntelliCommandSM service helps companies benchmark building performance and [...]

Coming home… maybe?!

Posted by: Sylvia Koh, Head of Strategic Consulting, Asia Pacific Khoo Teng Chye, Executive Director of Centre for Liveable Cities, talked about Singapore being voted the third most liveable city in the world. As a Singaporean who has lived away from the country for the last 12 years, Singapore’s liveability is a big draw for [...]

Six Sigma for Sustainability

Posted by: Tom McCarty Strategic Consulting As Dan Probst wrote earlier, our new book Six Sigma for Sustainability shows executives how they can apply work-process improvement strategies to jump-start their sustainability programs. Many companies are engaged in sustainability at the tactical level, but embedding these concepts into the corporate culture requires holistic approach that brings [...]

Corporate Transformation Via Sustainability

Posted by: Dan Probst Energy and Sustainability Services I led Jones Lang LaSalle’s  energy services businesses in the Americas long before we expanded our menu to include a broad  scope of sustainability services.  So, like many in our business,  I used to think of energy efficiency as the best way to add value to the [...]

Green Branding, Not Greenwashing

Posted by: Peter Belisle Energy and Sustainability Services Since I am speaking at CoreNet Global SNAP session on corporate branding through sustainability, I want to make the distinction between branding, which relies on a real commitment to sustainability, and greenwashing, which attempts to put a green face on business-as-usual practices. Business people first heard the [...]