Frank DixonFrank Dixon established Global System Change in 2005 when he recognized that system change would become the dominant sustainability issue of the 21st Century. The sustainability movement largely is focused on company change and symptoms (environmental, social, economic problems), instead of system change and root causes. Flawed economic and political systems compel all companies to degrade the environment and society. They are the root causes of the major challenges facing humanity. System change is essential for resolving these problems.

Global System Change is intended to fill a gap in the system change area. Many system change efforts focus on one issue, such as economic reform. But all major aspects of society are connected, and therefore cannot be effectively addressed in isolation. Frank Dixon conducted extensive research to produce a true whole system approach to achieving sustainability and real prosperity. Practical system change solutions are provided for all major areas of society. The approach is described in the Global System Change books.

In the financial and corporate sectors, System Change Investing (SCI) and Total Corporate Responsibility (TCR) provide the most advanced SRI and corporate sustainability strategies. They switch the focus from company change to system change. The approaches enhance financial performance and provide the highest possible sustainability benefits.

SCI and TCR are based on extensive SRI and corporate sustainability experience. As the Managing Director of Research, Frank Dixon developed most of the rating models and methodologies for the largest ESG research company (Innovest). The models consistently produced ratings that enhanced financial performance.

Frank Dixon advises businesses, investors and governments on sustainability and system change. He has presented at many corporate and financial sector conferences around the world, as well as leading universities, including Harvard, Yale, Stanford, MIT and Cambridge. Frank Dixon is a Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science. He has an MBA from the Harvard Business School.

Frank DixonFrank Dixon established Global System Change in 2005 when he recognized that system change would become the dominant sustainability issue of the 21st Century. The sustainability movement largely is focused on company change and symptoms (environmental, social, economic problems), instead of system change and root causes. Flawed economic and political systems compel all companies to degrade the environment and society. They are the root causes of the major challenges facing humanity. System change is essential for resolving these problems.

Global System Change is intended to fill a gap in the system change area. Many system change efforts focus on one issue, such as economic reform. But all major aspects of society are connected, and therefore cannot be effectively addressed in isolation. Frank Dixon conducted extensive research to produce a true whole system approach to achieving sustainability and real prosperity. Practical system change solutions are provided for all major areas of society. The approach is described in the Global System Change books.

In the financial and corporate sectors, System Change Investing (SCI) and Total Corporate Responsibility (TCR) provide the most advanced SRI and corporate sustainability strategies. They switch the focus from company change to system change. The approaches enhance financial performance and provide the highest possible sustainability benefits.

SCI and TCR are based on extensive SRI and corporate sustainability experience. As the Managing Director of Research, Frank Dixon developed most of the rating models and methodologies for the largest ESG research company (Innovest). The models consistently produced ratings that enhanced financial performance.

Frank Dixon provides sustainability and system change consulting to companies, governments and other organizations in North America and Europe. He has been a keynote speaker at many corporate and financial sector conferences. He also has presented at Harvard, Yale, Stanford, MIT, Cambridge and other leading universities. Frank Dixon has an MBA from the Harvard Business School.