Preface.- Part I Introduction.- 1. What is Progressive Business? (Eleanor O'Higgins and Laszlo Zsolnai).- Part II Progressive Business Cases.-2. Banking on Values - Triodos Bank (Nel Hofstra and Luit Kloosterman).- 3. The Power of Tradition - Beres Pharmaceuticals (Andras Ocsai and Zsolt Boda).- 4. Coffee Making as Art - Illycafe (Antonio Tencati).- 5. Staff Inclusion - DKV Integralia (Marc Vilanova and Silvia Agullo).- 6. Economy for the Common Good - Sonnentor (Michael Muller-Camen and Jutta Camen).- 7. The Business of Recycling - Armor (Benedicte Faivre-Tavignot).- 8. Clean Energy - Lumituuli (Mikko Jalas and Jukka Makinen).- 9. The Ethos of Partnership - John Lewis Partnership (Eleanor O'Higgins).- 10. The Danish Model of Corporate Citizenship - The Novo Group (Jacob Dahl Rendtorff).- 11. Responsible Hospitality - Carlson Rezidor (Knut J. Ims and Kjell Gronhaug).-12. Sustainable Living - Unilever (Patrick E. Murphy and Caitlin E. Murphy).- Part III Conclusions.- 13. Future of Business (Eleanor O'Higgins and Laszlo Zsolnai).
Eleanor O'Higgins is Adjunct Associate Professor at the College of Business at UCD Dublin, Ireland, and an Associate at the London School of Economics, UK. She specializes in business ethics, corporate responsibility and governance, and strategic and public management. She is the author of numerous papers in academic and professional journals, book chapters and case studies. Laszlo Zsolnai is Professor and Director of the Business Ethics Center of Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary. He is President of the European SPES Institute in Leuven, Belgium. He also serves as Co-Chair of the Future Earth Finance and Economics Knowledge-Action Network in Montreal, Canada.