Welcome to the FSSD community of practitioners.
I am very glad you joined us. It's a small step towards my intention of making the FSSD (and TNS) more visible on XING.
My introduction to the FSSD/TNS was through Masters in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability (MSLS) program at Blekinge Institute of Technology in Sweden. In ten intense, exhilarating, transformative and experiential (not to say experimental!) months a group of 60 students from all walks of life came together to get to grips with the sustainability-leadership nexus.
The oldest of us was a US product design professor nearing retirement, the youngest fresh out of university. Some of my best hours were working with my colleagues from Costa Rica, Iran, Rwanda and many other parts of the world.
Karl-Henrik's initial lectures were phenomenal and eye opening, not to speak of the enthusiasm and experience other world leading personas from industry and transformation work brought in their guest workshops. The projects with real-world companies compelling (and challenging) and writing a thesis as a group is a topic by itself. Who would have ever thought I would end up with writing a thesis on the role religion can and maybe should play in moving us towards sustainability?
How were you introduced to the FSSD or TNS?
welcome again & warm regards from windy Vienna,
Mischa
P.S.: MSLS programme is accepting applications right now: http://bth.se/msls