The corporate strategy combines the company’s mission with its practical implementation in terms of business activities, positioning and business models. A strategy should provide clear objectives, a well-defined action plan and a coherent structure within which to operate. In this context, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) becomes a framework for the integration of various business management systems.
Pathways for companies towards transformation, innovation & System Change
PURPOSE-DRIVEN CORPORATE STRATEGY
SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING AND CO2-STRATEGIES
GOOD PRODUCTS AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY
NEW LEARNING, NEW WORK, NEW CULTURE, NEW ORGANIZATION
Sustainability pays off!
Sustainability practices in the supply chain can cut its management costs by 9-16%.
90% of companies that introduce sustainability practices in their supply chains have lower capital costs than companies that do not.
88% of millennials choose the company to work for based on the values expressed in its CSR.
Companies that invest heavily in sustainability exhibit a 55% higher employee motivation, 43% more efficient processes and a 43% better public image.