Subplenary 2:

Bridging Prosperity & Sustainability


Andrew J. Hoffman

Professor of Sustainable Enterprise
University of Michigan, USA



Andrew Hoffman's work focuses on sustainability, corporate social responsibility and climate change and its impact on business.

He is the author of over 50 articles and book chapters as well as a dozen books including "Climate Change: What's Your Business Strategy?" and "Flourishing: A Frank Conversation about Sustainability" (with John Ehrenfeld, forthcoming in 2013).

Andrew has won numerous awards including the Connecticut Book Award (2011), the Aldo Leopold Fellowship (2011), and the Aspen Environmental Fellowship (2011 and 2009).




Paul Shrivastava

David O'Brien Distinguished Professor of Sustainable Enterprise
John Molson School of Business
Concordia University, Canada


Paul Shrivastava has a distinguished career as scholar of sustainability, practitioner and... triathlon coach. He is thus uniquely positioned to chair this subplenary.


Maurizio Zollo

Dean's Chaired Professor of Strategy and Corporate Responsibility
Bocconi University, Italy



Maurizio Zollo is Director of the Center for Research in Organization and Management (CROMA) at Bocconi University, Milan. He is a core member of the Global Organizational Learning and Development Network for Sustainability (GOLDEN), an independent, non-governmental, multi-stakeholder initiative dedicated to collaborative research on sustainable enterprise. Maurizio Zollo is the author of 28 articles and two books.

He is also President of the European Academy of Management (AoM) 2012–2013.