Earlier this year my colleague Simon Cocking reviewed the book Practical sustainability, circular commerce, smarter spaces and happier humans. Written by Corey Glickman and Jeff Kavanaugh, the book shares specific examples and case studies as well as reinforcing the concepts outlined by the authors. Ronan talks to Corey and Jeff, about the book, practical sustainability tips and more.
More about Corey and Jeff:
Corey Glickman is vice president and head of the Infosys Sustainability & Design business, which develops and deploys Smart Space technologies at private and public organisations. Corey has over 35 years of experience in industry consulting, providing advice on technology and business.
He is an expert in strategic design, digital transformation, customer experience strategy, and the use of visualisation applied to the development of innovative products, processes, and services. Corey specialises in the formation of design and innovation programs, overseeing execution teams, working in a global centers of excellence that creates breakthrough business solutions and technologies.
Corey is a member of the World Economic Forum Pioneer Cities working group, and he is also a Singularity University faculty expert guest lecturer. He has served on review boards for publications like the Harvard Business Review, and he has won international design awards, including being named one of the 100 most influential designers of the decade by the American Institute of Graphic Arts. He lives in the Pittsburgh area.
Jeff Kavanaugh is vice president and global head of the Infosys Knowledge Institute, the research and thought leadership arm of tech services leader Infosys, and previously led their manufacturing consulting unit. He also serves as an adjunct professor at the Jindal School of Management at the University of Texas at Dallas. Under his leadership, the Knowledge Institute’s team of award-winning producers, editors, journalists, and analysts publishes a wide portfolio of thought leadership each year.
Jeff is the author of the books The Live Enterprise: Create a Continuously Evolving and Learning Organisation(McGraw-Hill, 2021) and Consulting Essentials: The Art & Science of People, Facts, and Frameworks (Lioncrest, 2018). He has also been published in Harvard Business Review and other leading periodicals. Jeff lives in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.
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