|October 5, 2012 - October 7, 2012||
845 Aspen Meadows Road
The Aspen Institute Business and Society Program recently hosted the first ever First Movers Summit. This weekend event brought together First Mover Fellows and other invited experts in the field of social intrapreneurship.
Social intrapreneurship is growing in importance as expectations increase for companies to create long-term value for all of their stakeholders and to work efficiently and effectively across sectors.
In weekend workshops, Fellows and invited guests shared knowledge about how social intrapreneurs are changing the game in business and developed approaches for amplifying their impact.
Agenda and Event
View the Summit's program here, which includes the agenda and participants bios.
Watch video clips of a couple sessions by clicking on the links below:
- "Turbocharging sustainability: Possible from any perch?" featuring Judy Samuelson, Executive Director, Aspen Institute Business & Society Program; Rahul Raj, Director, Sustainability + Merchandising, Walmart.com; and presenter, Andy Ruben, Co-founder, yerdle
- "Leadership Lessons from the 10th Mountain Division" with Bruce Hutton, Professor and Director of Ethics Integration, Daniels College of Business, University of Denver
Click here to view the Summit report which highlights the goals and key takeaways from this inaugural convening.
In the video below, Fellows and other Summit participants offer their advice to aspiring social intrapreneurs.
If you are interested in learning more about the First Movers Summit, please contact Garrett Barr.
Special thanks to our Corporate Sponsors for their support of the Summit!