The Transatlantic Debate Blog

Welcome to the Transatlantic Debate Blog with Kathy Miller Perkins and Katrin Muff. Over the next year, Kathy and Katrin will be debating about the business of sustainability and the sustainability of business from both sides of the Atlantic, examining best practice examples and current issues through their dialogue, with a clear practitioner focus. There will be one post a month. We encourage comments and contributions to the debate, so please get involved!

To visit the blog and comment go to http://transatlanticblogging.wordpress.com/. You can also view the debate posts here.

Dr. Kathy Miller Perkins is a social psychologist and is the CEO and owner of Miller Consultants , a firm specializing in organizational development, executive coaching and change management. Her work involves helping companies create and sustain organizational cultures that are conducive to executing sustainable strategies. She has worked with companies such as Toyota, IBM, Kindred Health, Brown-Forman, Lexmark, Anthem, Ashland Chemical, the U.S. Military and BC Hydro.

Dr. Katrin Muff is Dean at Business School Lausanne (BSL), Director of the innovative Sustainable Business DBA program and co-directs the world-class Executive course in Sustainable Business jointly with her colleague Thomas Dyllick at the University of St. Gallen. She writes a weekly blog and is actively engaged in transforming business education to serve the world (project 50+20). She is the Editor of Building Sustainable Legacies, a journal aiming to share current thinking and best practice in sustainability and bridge the gap between academics and practitioners working in this area.

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