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Nadya Zhexembayeva

Nadya Zhexembayeva

Nadya Zhexembayeva

Dr. Nadya Zhexembayeva serves as Chair of Sustainable Development at IEDC-Bled School of Management, where she teaches leadership, organizational behavior, and sustainability strategy.

Dr. Zhexembayeva is also the Vice-President of the United Nations Global Compact Slovenia, an association of businesses dedicated to corporate citizenship, where she consults companies in Central and Eastern Europe on a range of sustainability and stakeholder issues.

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  • Nadya earned her Doctorate Degree in Organizational Behavior at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, US, where she also served as an Associate Director at the Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit, now Fowler Center for Sustainable Value.
She started her career in the insurance industry, and then co-led Association of Young Leaders in Kazakhstan.
  • Embedded Sustainability: The Next Big Competitive Advantage

    Embedded Sustainability: The Next Big Competitive Advantage

    In Embedded Sustainability, authors Chris Laszlo and Nadya Zhexembayeva convincingly show how companies can better leverage global challenges for enduring profit and growth.

    In this outstanding book, readers will learn about the marquis concept of "embedded sustainability": the incorporation of environmental, health, and social value into core business activities with no trade-off in price or quality. When Clorox introduced its new line of Green Works cleaners or Nissan developed its Leaf 100% electric car, these firms were pursuing a profit shift in mainstream markets. In addition to churning out smarter (instead of just greener) products for consumers at large, embedded sustainability is capable of hugely motivating employees. Most of all, it enables companies to create even higher returns for investors, while responding to the new market realities of declining resources, radical transparency, and rising customer expectations.

    This book helps readers to comprehend—and act on—the notion of embedded sustainability, explaining why it is now a requisite in every sector, how smart companies are creating even higher value for their customers and investors, and what new management competencies are needed to compete in today's marketplace.