Gordon A. Enk

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"Gordon A. Enk is a Principal of Partners for Strategic Change (PSC), a consulting organization focused on facilitating a process of effective strategic change by working in partnership with the management teams of client companies and organizations. PSC focuses on Sustainable Enterprise and the triple bottom line. Previously, Gordon served as the Vice President of Strategic and Venture Development at Industra, Inc., and as the Vice President of Strategic Services of H.A. Simons, Ltd.

"Earlier in his career, Gordon was Director of New Product Development and New Ventures for International Paper Company and Director of Economic and Environmental Studies at the Institute of Man and Science. He has served as Visiting Professor at the Schools of Business at the Universities of Michigan, North Carolina and Washington, as well as Michigan's School of Natural Resources, and he served as an adjunct professor at Empire State College. Gordon received his PhD in Economics and Strategic Planning from Yale University. He is the author of several books, peer-reviewed articles and numerous technical reports. In addition, Gordon is an Executive in Residence at the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, Cornell University, and a member of the Center's Advisory Council. Gordon was involved in the 2004 and 2005 workshops leading to the development of the BoP Protocol for field testing in Kenya with S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc. and India with Solae. He is also Vice President of Strategy for the Enterprise for a Sustainable World." [1]

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  1. Gordon A. Enk, Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, accessed November 28, 2011.