Webinar Archive

Stay Current on Key Industry Topics

The SSC Team has always taken pride in being industry leaders that provide world-class service to our clients. Our Team continually develops and shares our expertise to meet client objectives and further advance sustainable business strategies. We offer our webinars and videos to keep you up to date on industry topics and to provide value to you in your sustainability goals. We hope you find these recordings beneficial and invite you to check back often for new resources in which we will share our knowledge and years of applied experience.

Webinars

Material Ingredient Reporting—
What Option is Best for Me?

Maximize Your Sustainable Building Strategy: The End of LEED v2009 Starts an Unwritten Chapter (Part 2)

Maximize Your Sustainable Building Strategy: The End of LEED v2009 Starts an Unwritten Chapter (Part 1)

Supply Chain Optimization – Sustaining Success in a Resource Constrained World

Strategies to Eliminate Waste and
Achieve Zero Waste

Greening Your Product Design Process

10 Tips to Ensure Your Sustainability Training is Successful

Critical Crash Course on
Corporate Responsibility

Vision to Value – The Profit in
Corporate Responsibility

Advancing Your Business with
Life Cycle Assessment

Energize Your ENERGY STAR Score

So You Have an EPD, Now What?

Corporate Responsibility Revolution: Strategy to Success Informational Session

Strengthening Internal Support for Sustainability Initiatives

Formulating the Framework - Designing Your Corporate Responsibility Program

Enhance Building Optimization with Energy Modeling

How Sustainability is Redefining
Product Innovation

Materiality - Managing Long-Term Risk

Lean and Green Manufacturing Using Sustainability Assessments

Benchmarking and Measurement - Understanding Operations, Setting Meaningful Targets

HPD 101 - A Crash Course in Health Product Declarations

LEED v4 - Increasing the Value of
Your Existing Buildings

Critical Crash Course on
Corporate Responsibility

Vision to Value - The Profit in
Corporate Responsibility

Beyond LEED - Green Building Standards and Regulations Changing a Marketplace

From Strategy to Success - Ensuring Effective Implementation

The Path to Zero Waste - Reduce Impacts, Save Money, Get Certified!

Formulating the Framework - Designing Your Corporate Responsibility Program

Materiality - Prioritizing Sustainability in Your Strategic Business Plan

Benchmarking and Measurement - Evaluating Where You Are, Determining Where You're Going

Recognizing Risks, Identifying Opportunities - Succeeding in the
Green Marketplace

LEED v4, Are you Ready? We Are! Part 1: Fundamentals of LEED v4


LEED v4, Are you Ready? We Are! Part 2:
Materials and Resource Credits - Uncharted Waters

Video Series

Vision to Value - The Profit in Corporate Responsibility

The success of a Corporate Responsibility plan must be measured at the triple bottom line – examining social, environmental, and economic gains. In order to support a long-term business strategy, sustainability initiatives need to provide cost savings or generate revenue. Monetizing sustainability ensures continued management support and drives responsible growth. Optimizing and quantifying the financial benefits of Corporate Responsibility can be challenging. This series will provide insight on measuring the benefits of your Corporate Responsibility program and discuss strategies for maximizing return on sustainability investments.

Part 1: Leveraging Sustainability
to Increase Sales


Part 2: Quantifying the Benefits of
Corporate Responsibility

From Strategy to Success - Ensuring Effective Implementation

Even a well-designed Corporate Responsibility program can fail without effective implementation. There are many factors that affect the outcome of sustainability initiatives, and properly managing these factors will lead to optimal performance and return on investment. Building early support and designing systems for easy integration of your program ensures long-term success and improved results.

Part 1: Building Internal Sustainability Support


Part 2: The Importance of Collaboration

TEDx Talk
Closing the Loop: Manufacturing a Viable Future

Tad's recent TEDx Talk examines the problems with our current manufacturing and economic system. This TEDx Talk is designed to inspire and demonstrate the value a closed-loop system can deliver with the rising concerns of population growth, consumption explosion, and resource scarcity.

Formulating the Framework - Designing Your Corporate Responsibility Program

The success of implementing organizational change relies heavily on planning. In order to effectively integrate sustainability into a business plan, you must design a specific Corporate Responsibility program that aligns with material concerns and organizational goals. Designing a solid framework for Corporate Responsibility creates competitive advantage and leads to sustained long-standing value.

Part 1: Assessment to Action


Part 2: Creating Compounding Returns

Materiality - Prioritizing Sustainability in Your Strategic Business Plan

In today’s changing economy, there are many forces and inputs that contribute to the success or failure of an organization. Corporate Responsibility principles embody a forward-thinking approach that considers all relevant factors to develop a successful business strategy. As our world continues to change around us and new risks and opportunities abound, it is imperative that companies identify the resources that are essential to the sustainability of their operations.

Part 1: Identifying How Corporate Responsibility
Fits Your Organization


Part 2: Creating Sustainability Goals that Supplement Your Business Strategy

Benchmarking and Measurement – Evaluating Where You Are, Determining Where You’re Going

This video series focuses on benchmarking your operations to understand your current performance in several categories. Once you have a baseline, this data can then be used to set targets and track future improvement. Benchmarking provides the ability to measure progress over time, expand on goals, advance sustainability initiatives, and monitor bottom-line growth.

Part 1: Meaningful Metrics – Vital Data to Benchmark Your Organization


Part 2: Engaging and Understanding Your Supply Chain

Recognizing Risks, Identifying Opportunities - Succeeding in the Green Marketplace

This is the first series where we will dive deeper into Corporate Responsibility topics. These videos will demonstrate the risks and opportunities being posed to companies as the green economy evolves. Stay tuned to learn the value of Corporate Responsibility in navigating these topics and creating a system for long-term viability.

Part 1: The Cost of Carbon


Part 2: Navigating Supply Chain Demands

Introduction to Corporate Responsibility Video Series

This video series is designed to introduce core concepts in Corporate Responsibility before delving into more complex topics beginning in October, 2013.

Introduction to Corporate Responsibility 1/7


Introduction to Corporate Responsibility 2/7


Introduction to Corporate Responsibility 3/7


Introduction to Corporate Responsibility 4/7


Introduction to Corporate Responsibility 5/7


Introduction to Corporate Responsibility 6/7


Introduction to Corporate Responsibility 7/7


A Systems Approach to Sustainability

Tad recently spoke at the Deming Institute's Fall Conference - Out of the Crisis: New Thinking for a Sustainable World. The recording of his speech can be viewed by clicking the link image below. The video requires this password for viewing: Fall2013