Daring leaders in DAVOS

The leaders of our “most admired employers” are actively working on a better world at the 2017 World Economic Forum in Davos; see what FACEBOOK‘s Sheryl Sandberg, DSM‘s Geraldine Matchett, SCHNEIDER‘s Jean-Pascal Tricoire and IBM‘s Ginni Rometty have to say about employment, climate change and gender equality;

 IBM’s Ginni Rometty

IBM’s CEO Ginni Rometty comments on the effect of “robotization” at the DAVOS WEF. “History has taught us many things,” said the CEO. “When you [have] powerful technologies, you have a responsibility that they’re introduced in right way.”

DSM, PHILIPS, H&M, SCHNEIDER part of top 50 most sustainable companies according Corporate Knights

The World’s Most Sustainable Companies 2016 FORBES magazine – Corporate Knights data

The workforce, the workplace, and the future of both.

BMW, the Munich-based maker of luxury cars and motorcycles, is the world’s most sustainable company this year, according to a ranking released this week by Toronto-based media company Corporate Knights.

The company earned particularly high marks for “efficient use of water, energy, and lack of waste,” as well as its “responsible approach to paying taxes, large innovation investments, low employee turnover, and low CEO-to-average-worker pay ratio.”


DSM  – Royal DSM is a global science-based company active in health, nutrition and materials. By connecting its unique competences in life sciences and materials sciences DSM is driving economic prosperity, environmental progress and social advances to create sustainable value for all stakeholders simultaneously. A fantastic recognition by FORTUNE as one of the global top 50 “change the world” champions.

inspiring leadership, CEO Feike Sijbesma and his leadership team leads the organisation with clear vision and energy towards a brighter future

sustainability, from biobased products to improved nutrition DSM’s strategy is build around sustainability, 7 times nr 1 in it’s category in the Dow Jones sustainability index