Cultivating trust among employees builds productivity, loyalty and, ultimately, profits. So why is it so difficult for corporations to get right?
Ph.D. physicist and fifth-generation chairman and CEO of SC Johnson, Fisk Johnson, opens up about how to place principles at the heart of a business, how science is a tool for transparency, and why putting people before profits is the key to success...
How SC Johnson is reducing the risk of skin allergens triggered by fragrance molecules—and why that is good for everyone.
Skin allergies are a fact of life. But common knowledge about allergies isn’t always accurate. See if you’ve fallen for any of these skin allergy myths.
Corporations are facing a crisis of confidence, with consumer trust declining rapidly. For responsible and transparent companies that creates an unprecedented opportunity.
Proponents of natural products oftentimes rail against the use of “industrial chemicals”, but that is a false distinction.
There is no single path to corporate sustainability. Two multinational companies, Mars and Pfizer, illustrate two very different approaches to going green.
The more information we have, the less we trust it, and the more information we demand. That feedback loop is driving consumers and corporations into new terrain.
Consumers are awash in product information. Kelly Semrau, senior vice president of global corporate affairs, communications, and sustainability at SC Johnson, explains how the company balances the demand for transparency with increasing amounts of misinformation...
In just two years, Subaru transformed its automotive assembly plant in Lafayette, Indiana into the first zero-landfill factory in the US. Inside one of the great success stories in sustainability...