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.