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The GreenTie Blog

Learn from authors whose work and thought leadership has advanced the professional practice of EHS & Sustainability management
  • Are You Ready for the 4th Industrial Revolution?

    By: Sean Mason
    February 12, 2020
    Are You Ready for the 4th Industrial Revolution?
    Among EHS&S professionals, there’s buzz that the 4th Industrial Revolution is beginning. EHS&S functions are at the early stages of adopting cutting-edge Industrial Internet of Things (IloT) technologies like artificial intelligence, smart sensors, drones and more.
  • Thank You, NAEM Members

    By: Carol Singer Neuvelt
    January 31, 2020
    NAEM Member Appreciation Week
    As this year’s Member Appreciation Week comes to an end, I would like to take a moment to thank you for being part of NAEM. We believe that incredible things can happen when you make time to participate in your professional community.
  • David Eherts: EHS Success is About Employee Engagement, and Employee Engagement is About Belief

    By: NAEM Staff
    January 27, 2020
    David Eherts, Sulaiman Hamidi - NAEM Excellence Awards
    To get a company to walk the EHS&S walk, it takes employee engagement at the “boots on the ground” level just as much as the C-suite, advises Dr. David Eherts, Vice President of Global EHS at Allergan. There are two keys to engaging employee support in EHS: Employees need to believe that the issue matters, and employees need to believe that their actions matter.
  • Beth Holland: Shaping EHS&S Success From The Ground Up

    By: NAEM Staff
    January 27, 2020
    Beth Holland - Shaping EHS&S Success from The Ground Up
    Beth Holland is a builder. As Vice President, Operational Excellence - EHS&S at AptarGroup, Holland has designed and formed key Aptar initiatives from scratch, and typically without dedicated staff.
  • The Best of 2019 in EHS & Sustainability

    By: NAEM Staff
    January 6, 2020
    The Best of 2019 in EHS & Sustainability
    What were the top issues for the EHS & Sustainability community in 2019? From software systems to salaries, from sustainability to safety, here’s what your fellow EHS&S leaders zeroed in on.
  • Solutions to Five Top Supply Chain Sustainability Challenges

    By: NAEM Staff
    December 18, 2019
    Solutions to Five Top Supply Chain Sustainability Challenges
    What are the best ways to make the business case for supply chain sustainability, to overcome communication barriers, or to align your suppliers with your own goals? Here are five of the most common challenges, along with practical solutions from companies who are leading the way.
  • Communicating EHS&S Risk to the C-Suite: Three Takeaways From the Forum

    By: Denny Lerch
    December 4, 2019
    Communicating EHS&S Risk to the C-Suite
    Using these three keys as a guide, you can more effectively communicate EHS&S risk with those in your C-suite to achieve positive outcomes not only for your department, but for your entire organization.
  • Enhance Your Professional Development Plan by Attending Annual Conferences

    By: Lawrence Sloan
    December 3, 2019
    From a management perspective, sending staff to conferences can mean high expenses compared to your average one-off training course, in addition to time away from the office. But when considering your employees' professional development, don’t rule out the benefits of attending.
  • A Strategic Framework for Enterprise Risk Management

    By: Alan Leibowitz
    November 4, 2019
    A Strategic Framework for Enterprise Risk Management
    When evaluating risks, organizations often use experience or intuition — but effective risk analysis requires structured, repeatable procedures that help systematically identify, analyze, evaluate, treat, monitor and communicate potentially risky future events.
  • People, Planet, Profit: Working Towards a More Sustainable Future

    By: Lawrence Sloan
    October 21, 2019
    People, Planet, Profit - Working Towards a More Sustainable Future
    No doubt you’ve heard the saying “People, Planet, Profit.” Well, there’s a reason why “people” is listed first — it’s any organization’s most important asset. When considering your staff’s professional development, what are your top priorities?
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