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Christopher White

Christopher White

Lecturer; University of Michigan's Ross School of Business

Chris White was the former director of the Center for Positive Organizations at the University of Michigan. At the Ross School of Business, White co-developed and teaches the MBA class on Social Intrapreneurship: creating positive change without authority. He also teaches in the Executive Education program on building positive organizations, and selling internally. White is co-author of a book on the topic through Harvard Business Review Press, entitled Changing Your Company From the Inside Out. White has been leading and consulting to purpose-driven organizations for 15 years. His career has spanned the non-profit, corporate, and philanthropic sectors. White has received the Ideas Worth Teaching Award for excellence in business education from The Aspen Institute’s Business and Society Program. His work has been featured by outlets including Fast Company, Inc., Forbes, CBS, The Huffington Post, and Talent Management Magazine. White serves as Vice President of the Board of Directors of The Neutral Zone, a diverse, youth-driven teen center dedicated to promoting personal growth through artistic expression, community leadership, and the exchange of ideas.

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Supplier Sustainability at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles: Assessing All Tiers
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Sustainability Director Bill Hall and his colleague Todd Yaney want to ensure sustainability, ethics, and human rights compliance throughout the company’s Tier 2 through 5 suppliers.…
Publication Date: 11/16/2016 Product ID: 1-430-489
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Cascade Engineering: Social Innovation at a Triple-Bottom-Line Plastics Manufacturer
Terrance Robinson is a young associate at Cascade Engineering and he has an idea for a new product that will bring clean water to the developing world. Still, he lacks…
Publication Date: 07/25/2016 Product ID: 1-430-487
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