Sustainability Strategy

 
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Customer Case: Inspiring Youngsters at Sekisui

The Japanese Sekisui Chemical Group is one of the leading global chemical companies developing the frontiers of Creation of Housing & Social Infrastructure and Chemical Solutions.
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INSEAD

INSEAD is one of the world's leading and largest business schools and has campuses in Singapore, Fontainebleau, and Abu Dhabi. INSEAD's MBA was ranked number 1 by the Financial Times in 2016.
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Mobilizing Your Board on Materiality Today

Many corporate practitioners are rethinking how to do an even better job of making sustainability an indispensable topic on the board agenda. One sure-fire and appropriate way of doing this, is turning your materiality matrix into a colorful kaleidoscope. The DJSI questionnaire clearly underpins the importance of Materiality as it has evolved into an independent criterion.
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Using the Business Model Canvas to Go from Marketing to Mattering

In his exit interview, Bob Langert, McDonald's vice president of corporate social responsibility and sustainability recently said "We need to be a more relevant brand to consumers, to your point. And the work of sustainability is going to make us more relevant. Our actions for the future are going to be part of our growth." But how to reshape your business model in order to better deal with the quickly changing demands of society. Here's how to apply the Business Model Canvas and make your business more sustainable using a proven 7-step process approach.
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12 Questions to Test Your Sustainability Strategy

Sustainability strategy is a notion easily used, but hard to capture. The fact that only 37 percent of CEO’s trust they have a clear business case for sustainability triggered us, as many companies claim to be sustainable. Projecting an image that differs from the real situation leads to an ‘authenticity gap’ where stakeholders receive insufficient or wrong information regarding your sustainability efforts. So how to design an accurate sustainability strategy that is part of the regular business and not functions as an add-on for communications?
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International CSR-Experts Address Sustainability Challenges

The increasing awareness and recognition for corporate social responsibility (CSR) as an important business theme is the central topic of the 2014 Spring Camp event at Tilburg University in the Netherlands. International prominent academics and leading practitioners are invited for a two-day conference to discuss the various aspects of sustainability on March 26 and 27. Harvard University, Boston University and Indiana University will present their academic papers addressing themes as, reporting and standard settings, the valuation of sustainability and the implementation of a CSR strategy.
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C-suite leadership insight meets best management practice

The Responsible Business Summit 2014

The Ethical Corporation will host the 13th edition of their annual event on May 19-20: The Responsible Business Summit. This year's theme is about adding sustainable innovation to the bottom line. During two days, London will be the meeting place for business professionals to learn more about CSR and the link with innovation from a practical perspective.
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Tilburg Sustainability Center welcomed academics and practioners to explore CSR

Spring Camp Corporate Social Responsibility

On March 26-27, the Tilburg University campus turned into a playground for CSR-experts as the Tilburg Sustainability Center hosted its 2014 Spring Camp on Corporate Social Responsibility. Academics and practioners in the field joined the conference at which various aspects of CSR were scrutinized.
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Umicore: the World’s Most Sustainable Company

The Canadian research institute Corporate Knights has named Umicore as the world’s most sustainable company. This is quite a feat, as Umicore used to have a rather unpopular image of a polluting company. With revenues of about €12.5 billion (2012), 14,600 employees, 77 industrial sites and 15 R&D centres in 34 countries, there is no doubt that Umicore is doing well. But what is the key to Umicore’s success and how did sustainable change led to value creation?
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Putting the Concept of "Creating Shared Value" to Work

In one of his interviews on Creating Shared Value (CSV), professor Michael Porter compares CSV to the traditional Fair Trade approach. In his view, Fair Trade is about how to share the pie in an ethical way and CSV is more about how to expand that pie. What's more is that CSV is regarded by professor Porter as one of the greatest (future) differentiators of businesses and as the next chapter in thinking about business strategy.
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