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GA 237 | How to Incorporate and Leverage Sustainability with Brion Hurley

By Jessica Bush Updated on October 18th, 2018

This week’s guest is Brion Hurley. A Lean and Six Sigma consultant with a true passion for sustainability, Brion shared some advice on the “Triple Bottom Line,” going paperless, and more. An MP3 version of this episode is available for download here.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • The quote that inspires Brion (2:27)
  • Brion’s background (3:29)
  • How Brion got involved in the sustainability side (4:48)
  • What sustainability means to Brion (7:23)
  • How taking care of the planet can be incorporated (12:29)
  • Why the term “sustainability” stuck (15:09)
  • Going paperless (17:18)
  • The “People” component of sustainability (22:05)
  • Where to start (26:57)
  • Brion’s work with Lean Portland (30:30)

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