Jennifer Kongs

Jennifer Kongs is tagged in 4 stories.
Danone North America: The World’s Largest B Corp on the Future of Business
Danone North America: The World’s Largest B Corp on the Future of Business

Organizational Change / A global food company present in more than 130 markets, Danone has always had a purpose agenda, even when it was an unusual idea. Danone committed to combine economic success and social progress in 1972, when the company’s founder, Antoine Riboud, began Danone’s “dual project.” As Danone has grown, that commitment has been apparent in initiatives such as the Danone Way sustainable-development guidelines that have helped Danone subsidiaries improve their impact since 2001; and the establishment of Danone Communities, which began with a partnership with Mohammed Yunus in Bangladesh in 2006. - 1 year ago

Corporate Community Engagement: 5 Essential Considerations
Corporate Community Engagement: 5 Essential Considerations

Marketing and Comms / Back in the early days of corporate philanthropy, companies typically selected causes to support based on the personal interests of the chairman — or the chairman’s wife! — with little or no regard to issues of strategy, relevance or impact. Fortunately, things have moved on, with many companies now adopting more innovative, imaginative and considered approaches to their companies’ community involvement activities — such that in many cases they can no longer be understood as purely ‘philanthropic’. - 1 year ago

3 Ways Artificial Intelligence Can Improve Workplace Learning
3 Ways Artificial Intelligence Can Improve Workplace Learning

Product, Service & Design Innovation / My uncle once claimed he could magically tell you the day of the week if you gave him any calendar date (day, month and year). He said he could visually see the answer in his head and swore he didn’t have any quick calculation or trick. My father was skeptical. He bet my uncle $100 that he could develop an algorithm to do the same. The next day, my father produced a page of calculations that, lo and behold, would produce the correct answer. I was in awe; my uncle was not as impressed. But, my dad still won the money. - 1 year ago

Unbelts Is Creating a Better Way to Do ‘Made in China’
Unbelts Is Creating a Better Way to Do ‘Made in China’

Supply Chain / A garment’s country of origin isn’t that garment’s full story. Canadian belt manufacturer Unbelts is looking to prove that the fashion industry and consumers have a responsibility and an existing means to provide high-quality clothing-production jobs around the world. Plus, this 2017 Best for the World honoree is out to make women feel awesome in their pants — a goal that is also worthy of global adoption. - 1 year ago

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