Jeana Wirtenberg

Jeana Wirtenberg

Dr. Jeana Wirtenberg teaches in the Bard College MBA in Sustainability and in a U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation executive program on applied sustainability. She is a former senior AT&T human resources executive, co-founder of Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Institute for Sustainable Enterprise, and the CEO of Transitioning to Green. Her latest book is "Building a Culture for Sustainability: People, Planet, and Profits in a New Green Economy."

    Wyndham Worldwide’s Green Governance

    Jeana Wirtenberg | Thursday, September 4, 2014
    Dr. Jeana Wirtenberg, nationally recognized expert in organizational change, shares the fourth of four exclusive excerpts adapted from her new book Building a Culture for Sustainability. At Wyndham Worldwide, sustainability has a governance structure that is unique in three distinct ways: Wyndha... More »

    How Sanofi Creates a Virtuous Cycle with Sustainability

    Jeana Wirtenberg | Friday, August 22, 2014
    Dr. Jeana Wirtenberg, nationally recognized expert in organizational change, shares the third of four exclusive excerpts adapted from her new book Building a Culture for Sustainability. Our whole focus is patient-centric. This is core to who we are and integrates CSR into everything we do. —Joh... More »

    Capturing Hearts and Minds with Green Teams

    Jeana Wirtenberg | Friday, August 15, 2014
    Dr. Jeana Wirtenberg, nationally recognized expert in organizational change, shares the second of four exclusive excerpts adapted from her new book Building a Culture for Sustainability. Ingersoll Rand is committed to making sustainability a widely held value that becomes a central part of how... More »

    Building Bridges to a Sustainable Future

    Jeana Wirtenberg | Monday, July 28, 2014
    Dr. Jeana Wirtenberg, nationally-recognized expert in organizational change, shares the first of four exclusive excerpts adapted from her new book Building a Culture for Sustainability. Whether they realize it or not, companies today must choose between two fundamentally different paths: the path... More »