The TBL Quarterly

The TBL Quarterly

Novo Nordisk's TBL Quarterly tells the actions, challenges and opportunities of conducting a sustainable business. Each quarterly issue offers articles, photos, videos and infographics that demonstrate how responsibility supports long-term value creation. Click here to learn more about the TBL Quarterly

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Helicopter View of A Sustainable City
The Danish city of Kalundborg is not well-known globally, but nearly half of the world's supply of insulin is produced here. Since 1969, Novo Nordisk has been actively engaged in advancing sustainable community development in Kalundborg. From green energy to education, partnerships are transforming this Danish city into a global example of a sustainable community. ...
Aug 22, 2016 12:05 PM ET
Partnering with Diabetes At The Centre of the Universe
Located on the hillside where Galileo Galilei was watching the stars, the Italian Barometer Diabetes Observatory Foundation breaks new ground in chronic disease management through a unique partnership model. In Italy they know their numbers. 6.2% of the total population has diabetes. In 20 years, 9% could be affected.[1]...
Aug 10, 2016 9:00 AM ET
Most companies involve consumers as early as possible in the development of a new product or service. A company would not bring a new beverage, for example, to market without first having found out if it meets people’s taste preferences. This just makes sense – and is a business critical success factor.
Aug 5, 2016 8:00 AM ET
The Digital Health Connection in Africa
Sometimes what brings two partners together seems obvious. In the case of the Université Numérique Francophone Mondiale (UNFM) and Novo Nordisk, a commitment to children with type 1 diabetes and the growing uptake and use of mobile technology in Africa were the catalysts for action on the ground – and in cyberspace. 
Jul 21, 2016 8:00 AM ET
Companies Have Unique Contributions to Bring to the Table
What are your hopes for partnerships in relation to achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals?The international community committed in 2015 to the most ambitious global agenda to date – the Sustainable Development Agenda – aiming to end poverty and ensure prosperity, peace and a sustainable planet for all by 2030. This, alongside the ambitious Paris Agreement on...
Jul 14, 2016 8:00 AM ET