EOQ webinar: In this session Victoria will outline why unsustainability is one massive governance failure and why therefore quality governance is key to a sustainable future.
12. februar / 11:00 – 12:00
We are witnessing the breakdown of the social and environmental systems that support our collective long-term wellbeing and it can often feel like the issues are too big to tackle.
In this session Victoria will outline why unsustainability is one massive governance failure and why therefore quality governance is key to a sustainable future.
Speaker Victoria Hurth is a global leader in aligning business with long-term wellbeing for all (sustainability). Her work with executives centres around thought leadership in the 5 core pillars of purpose, governance, marketing, leadership and culture – which underpin strategy and execution.
Among other achievements she co-led the 5 year development of the first global ISO standard in Governance of Organizations (ISO 37000:2021), was Technical Author for the first national standard in Purpose-Driven Organisations (PAS 808:2022) and advised the UN on the development of a methodology for SDG 12.6.1 (sustainability reporting).
Victoria is an impact advisor for UnaTerra VC fund. She is an active board member and has over 20 years’ experience in marketing, management and sustainability, having previously worked for 3M and Accenture with companies including Marks and Spencer, Cancer Research, and J Sainsbury and developing theory as an Associate Professor of Sustainable Business and Marketing.