Nardia Haigh

Author & Speaker
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Nardia Haigh is a business strategist for sustainability issues. For nearly fifteen years, she has been working at the intersection of climate change and strategy. She has taught hundreds of executives and business students how to strategize for climate change resilience using scenario planning.

Nardia’s work appears in outlets including the California Management Review, Journal of Business Ethics, European Management Journal, Organization & Environment, and Business Strategy and the Environment. She has also been cited in media outlets such as the Guardian, Ideas for Leaders, PBS Newshour, and Management INK. Her straight-forward, step-by-step method is now available in her book, Scenario Planning for Climate Change.

Nardia earned her Ph.D. in Business Management at the University of Queensland Business School in Brisbane, Australia. As a doctoral student, she investigated organizational strategies in response to climate change issues. She is a tenured Associate Professor of Management at the University of Massachusetts Boston. ​

“Thank you for your keynote at our conference about Corporate Social Responsibility across the Atlantic. It was engaging & awe-inspiring!”

~Dr. Linh Chi Vo, ESDES Business School, Lyon, France

Meet Nardia Haigh

Meet Nardia Haigh
The prospect of starting scenario planning for climate change can be overwhelming. Nardia has developed a method to help leaders smooth this process, and she is ready to help you. Using her scenario planning method, Nardia can help your organization plan and develop strategies to become more climate resilient.
Meet Nardia Haigh
Keynote Speaker Nardia Haigh

Keynote Speaker Nardia Haigh

Keynote Speaker Nardia Haigh
Nardia Haigh is a business strategist for sustainability issues. Her research focuses on strategies and business models that address issues like climate change, the management of environmental commons, and pressing social issues. She has been invited to speak about strategies for climate change to executive and scholarly audiences around the world.