Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise[edit | edit source]

The Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise (CSGE) is one of two centers of research, learning, and practice in the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. The CSGE aims to create innovative research and teaching programs to generate and disseminate cutting-edge ways for private enterprises to achieve unparalleled financial success. The CSGE views sustainable enterprise as a management approach that frames social and environmental challenges as unmet market needs that can be addressed through business solutions.

This straightforward approach enables the Johnson School to build robust MBA and executive programs in business and sustainability based on innovation and entrepreneurship. This sets it apart from most other management programs focused on corporate social responsibility (CSR), environmental management, ethical decision making, values-based management, and philanthropy. [1]

People[edit | edit source]

Mark Milstein is the Director of the CSGE, and Stuart Hart maintains the Chair of Sustainable Global Enterprise at the Johnson School.

Ryan Legg is a Program Manager at the CSGE working on both Base of the Pyramid and Sustainable Innovation issues.

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Authors Ryan Legg
Published 2007
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