Valentina Fomenko

Valentina Fomenko

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Contributor
Founder and CEO of Strategy DNA

Dr. Valentina Fomenko and her team help startups, enterprises and investors identify points of growth, predict disruptions and adapt to market shifts. She is currently working on a book on corporate climate readiness to help companies address the challenges related to climate change.

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ESG: The Next Frontier — A Conversation with George Bandy, Jr.

An investor's customer is the stakeholder. They know that the more information they provide that leads stakeholders to believe in investing, the more they win.

A Conversation With Bridgette McAdoo: Sustainability as a Matter of Corporate Strategy

Bridgette McAdoo, who has been a leader in sustainability across several industries and sectors for over 20 years, discusses how companies can integrate sustainability into their strategy and operations.

ESG Is the Next Frontier — a Conversation With Buro Happold's Mike Stopka

Mike Stopka gives insight into how ESG can strengthen strategic positioning, impact operations and what he sees as the next frontier.

ESG Is the Next Frontier — a Conversation With The Conference Board's Paul Washington

"Companies need to move beyond their focus on systemic risk mitigation and focus on the alpha in sustainability."

HP CIO Ellen Jackowski Explains Why ESG Is Essential to Corporate Sustainability

The technology company's Chief Impact Officer and Head of Sustainable Impact breaks down how environmental, social and governance factor into modern corporate strategy.

It's Time for Businesses to Adapt to Climate Change. How Should They Do It?

Business leaders need to understand the entire range of opportunities in climate mitigation and climate adaptation.

5 Big Mistakes Companies Make When Tackling ESG

Based on my experience working with companies large and small on a wide range of strategic issues, companies tend to make the following five key mistakes when tacking environmental, social and corporate governance.

Catching Up On Climate Change? There's Still Time To Do It Right.

Being seen as a leader in climate action ensures better access to capital, favorable consumer attitudes and the benevolence of regulators.

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