Michael Hopkins, Editor in Chief, MIT Sloan Management Review- Opportunity Green 2009

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The 16% solution, the transparency edge, the management-quality proxy, and 6 other discoveries from the first annual MIT Sloan Management Review "Business of Sustainability" survey and research project. How is-and isnt-sustainability transforming management now? --a presentation by Michael S. Hopkins, Editor-in-Chief of the MIT Sloan Management Review.

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Michael S. Hopkins is Editor-in-Chief of the MIT Sloan Management Review, the leading print and web publication that brings ideas from the world of thinkers (scholars, researchers, management theoreticians) to the executives and managers who use those ideas to build businesses. Since joining the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Review in 2007, Hopkins has especially focused the publication on inquiries into collaborative innovation and the management implications of sustainability-two key drivers of organization model transformation and new practices in strategy and leadership.

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