The following article was first published by the Globe and Mail as a special information feature in the November 2012 issue of Report on Business Magazine.
Since launching Canada’s first Executive MBA in 1968, Simon Fraser University’s School of Business has gained a reputation for program development that meets the shifting demands of an increasingly global marketplace, as well as for its world-class research.
In 2011, the newly named Beedie School of Business built on that reputation by growing a number of initiatives aimed at integrating sustainability principles with education.
Those efforts have occurred at every level of the institution, and incorporate a broad sustainability mandate, says Dean Daniel Shapiro. “A sustainable society is one that does not do harm to its environment, but is also sustainable socially and economically.” Keep reading…
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