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Decoding the CSO

The newest role in the sustainability landscape

With more and more organizations making sustainability a top priority, a new executive role has emerged: the Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO). But what exactly does a CSO do?

In the latest episode of the Future Sight podcast, we dive deep into the responsibilities of a CSO, and the challenges organizations face in achieving their sustainability targets. This timely conversation covers:

  • Lessons from other executive roles like digital transformation and DEI, which can help the CSO position succeed
  • Strategies for overcoming the organizational inertia that often hinders progress towards sustainability goals
  • How to balance the 8 key responsibilities of the role effectively

Don’t miss out on this valuable conversation about a role that could shape the future of sustainability. Listen now!

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Our speakers

Elisa Farri

Vice President | Co-lead of The Management Lab by Capgemini Invent

Gabriele Rosani

Director of Content & Research, The Management Lab by Capgemini Invent

Stuart Crainer

Author, editor, adviser, and entrepreneur | Co- founder Thinkers50
Stuart co-founded Thinkers50, a global platform for management ideas. He authored The Financial Times Handbook of Management, The Management Century, and a biography of the management guru Tom Peters. Stuart was a columnist for The Times, contributing editor to Strategy+ Business, and editor of Business Strategy Review. Stuart has co-written a few books, including Gravy Training and Generation Entrepreneur, available in 15+ languages. He is the director of Business Ecosystem Alliance and the author of Atlantic Crossing.