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Yale GreenLight Workshop: GE

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Friday November 18, 2016, 10:00 a.m. — 2:00 p.m.
Evans Hall Classroom 2220

How can a massive company make sustainable thinking go viral internally?

The GreenLight team is hosting General Electric for a fast-paced innovation workshop on a pressing question at the intersection of business and the environment. We’re seeking creative thinkers from around the Yale community to reimagine how GE engages with employees to strengthen the awareness and incorporation of life cycle thinking throughout their organization.

Have an interest in lifecycle thinking, human capital, organizational behavior?  Join us on Friday, November 18th from 10am-2pm in Classroom 2220 in Evans Hall. Bring your ideas, we'll bring lunch. 

Who will participate?: A multidisciplinary team of students from around the Yale community.

How can I participate?: Interested participants must:

  • Be excited about attending and actively participating for the entire event
  • Commit to carefully reviewing a set of preparation materials distributed in advance
  • Register by clicking on button below

Email any questions about the session to Andrew Greaves & Katy Mixter (andrew.greaves@yale.edu) and Katy Mixter (katy.mixter@yale.edu)

Space is limited – register today!


What is GreenLight?

GreenLight is a series of innovation workshops hosted by the Yale Center for Business and the Environment. These fast-paced, interactive workshops are designed to help Yale students practice and learn rapid ideation techniques, while helping leading companies and organizations tap into the creative thinking of a multidisciplinary team of students.