1905 - 2005
Fourth chairman of the board of directors of the Dutch electronics company Philips
Never to lose my vision: The Story of Bill Jaeger
An insight into Bill Jaeger and the passion for the world which motivated him.
From Workaholic to Family Man
Dutch Businessman says, "I have learnt: money is important but it should never result in squandering the basic values of life."
Partnerships for Everyone
There was an acknowledgement that sound local governance is essential to sustainable development.
Capitalising on Values
Is it possible for a successful business to remain truly ethical?
Businesses Urged to Close the World's Poverty Gaps
'There is a palpable crisis of governance in many developing countries,' said Indian, Prabhat Kumar.
From Turtles to Cosmetics
When the Mexican government banned turtle-fishing in 1990, many of Mazunte's inhabitants were left without work.
According to the UN, 1.3 million people worldwide do not have access to safe drinking water.
Business of Change
When the whole context in which you've existed changes, what do you do?
Industry Into the 1990s
Dutch Minister of Foreign Trade, Yvonne van Rooy addresses conference 'Shaping the 1990s -a better use of resources'.
Incubating Enterprise in the Black Country
An initiative to create jobs in one of Britain's unemployment blackspots.
From Walkerswood to the World
Walkerswood, a cottage industry in Jamaica has burgeoned into a company with a GBP 2million plus annual turnover.
Investing in the Regeneration of Nagaland
The aim of Entrepreneurs Associates (EA) is to 'kick-start a process of social change through entrepreneurship'.
Restocking Sri Lanka's Schools
IT WAS only three days before the tsunami struck that Vijitha Yapa decided to give a day off to his staff of eight.
Eulogy to John Vickers (1914-2013)
Eulogy to John Vickers, by his son, on 11th October 2013
Academic paper, News item, Report
Caux Palace, la durabilité sereine
Article de la revue "Actifs", sur la gestion de l'énergie au centre de Caux
Man and Structures
Far-reaching structural changes are needed in all camps. But what about man himself?