Marlboro College MBA Managing for Sustainability:
What is the “good life” in a finite world?
Brattleboro, VT – (February 17, 2012) – Marlboro College Graduate School will host a free, public lecture by Ron Nahser at 5:30pm on Friday, February 26 as part of its MBA in Managing for Sustainability Featured Speaker Series
The talk, entitled “What is the “Good Life” in a Finite World? U.S. and China in an Age of Ecological Crisis,” will examine how two very different cultures are re-thinking the purpose and goals of their economies in light of the current financial downturn and natural resource constraints. Nahser is the author of ”Learning to Read the Signs: Reclaiming Pragmatism in Business” and ”Journeys to Oxford: Nine Pragmatic Inquiries into the Practice of Values in Business and Education,” he has developed a strategic business problem-solving model known as PathFinder Pragmatic Inquiry® which has been used by more than 100 organizations including 3M, Levi-Strauss & CO., The Quaker Oats Company, and Time Inc. He is currently the Managing Director of Corporantes, Inc. and Provost Emeritus of the Presidio School of Management in San Francisco, where he helped develop the country’s first accredited MBA in Sustainable Management program.
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