Dave has extensive speaking experience, including developing and delivering materials on corporate social responsibility, business ethics, sustainability, technology, business strategy, innovation, design thinking and leadership for groups ranging from 5 to 500. In addition to teaching at Berkeley, he has given lectures at a variety of other global business schools such as Rotman, Porto, Vlerick, UNIGE, and St. Gallen.
Recent speaking engagements
BERKELEY ROUNDTABLE ON APPLIED INNOVATION/DESIGN CONFERENCE
Organizer and Speaker
ETA TRANSACT ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Keynote: “Navigating Exponential Change”
GLOBAL SOCIAL VENTURE COMPETITION
Customer centered design workshop
E2 INNOVATE CIO TECHNOLOGY AND LEADERSHIP CONFERENC
– From Project Portfolio to Innovation Funnel
SUSTAINABLE BRANDS CONFERENCE
LCAs, carbon footprint & carbon neutral: A case study on coffee
SOCAP10 : SOCIAL CAPITAL MARKETS CONFERENCE
Bare Essentials: Healty Ecosystem and Ecosystem services
2nd ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BUSINESS AND SUSTAINABILITY: DESIGNING SUSTAINABILITY – PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY
Keynote: Sustainability Like You Mean It
NORTHWESTERN/KELLOGG INNOVATING SOCIAL CHANGE CONFERENCE
Putting Corporate Social Responsibility into Practice: Strategies for Sustained Corporate Impact.
UC BERKELEY/HAAS PETERSON LECTURE SERIES ON CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY – Panel discussion: Sustainability at the world’s biggest retailer.
ECOLOGICAL FARMING ASSOCIATION ANNUAL CONFERENCE (ECO-FARM)
– Superstore Organics: The Cost of Organics for the Mega Market (2007)
– What’s so fair about Fair Trade? (2008)
The most common thread in audience feedback is knowledge and enthusiasm.
“Your presentation on Corporate Social Responsibility was informative, perceptive and extremely relevant for the participants. I look forward to your participation in the future! “
“Your presentation on the mainstreaming of ethical consumerism was both informative and highly relevant to the audience. Your high energy and engaging approach really made a difference.”