How do leadership and culture contribute to corporate sustainability success?
Jeff Williams, CEO of JMJ and Prof. Diane Coyle of the Bennett Institute, University of Cambridge discuss the purpose, methodology and findings of their recent research into corporate sustainability from a leadership and cultural standpoint.
Construction industry interview with the former CEO of Jacobs Engineering
In a conversation with JMJ Co-Founder, Jay Greenspan, Craig Martin, former CEO of Jacobs Engineering, discusses his long-held commitment to a 'Beyond Zero' safety culture
Cultural and behavioral barriers to successful corporate sustainability
Research by JMJ and The Bennett Institute for Public Policy, Cambridge University, points to leadership and culture as the cornerstones for corporate sustainability.
Lessons from Grenfell: Why aren’t we learning?
In an interview for Safety and Health Practitioner, JMJ's Gill Kernick speaks about the lack of systematic change in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Emerging leadership in a world post Covid-19 crisis
Join JMJ Co-founder Mike Goddu in a conversation on the role of leadership in a post Covid-19 crisis world.
Life of a leader during Covid-19
JMJ Master Consultant Gill Kernick as she interviews Tamsin Lishman, Asset Director, Northumbrian Water. Lishman about how the organization has adapted to the 'new normal'.
Driving a virtually inclusive culture
Listen to JMJ's Transformation Talks Podcast on the evolving role of leadership in a virtual work environment.
Major capital projects: Quality and high-performance cultures
This JMJ Transformation Talks podcast offers expert insights on creating a high-performance culture.