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Sustainable Viability and Its Role within Enterprise Risk Management

For any business, large or small, it is vital to assess and understand strategic and operational risks. Indeed, understanding the true extent and nature of risk increasingly separates winners from losers. As for sustainable viability (SV) and its relationship to enterprise risk management (ERM), think of it as a framework … Read more »

Sustainability as Economic Game-Changer, Part III

Companies that rely on out of date, caustic economic modeling rather than engaging in embedded sustainability may find themselves limiting their future profits and positive market perception. This can lead financial institutions into the situation of overexposure to unsustainable investments as marketplaces move to a sustainable global economy. They should … Read more »

Sustainability as Economic Game Changer, Part II

For CEOs, the passport of sustainability delivers clear environmental, social and economic governance. As such, the sustainability passport assists in the protection against economic vulnerability through the momentum of changing market forces and mandatory reporting. And, whilst most trends emerge slowly, or very slowly, sustainability is gaining traction across the … Read more »

Sustainability as Economic Game Changer

“It is one thing to flirt with an idea, and another thing to be married to it.” —Freud In founding a new long-term, visionary world economy, there is no more apposite topic than sustainability — where we develop and establish a durable, value-generating business model delivering long-term protection of the … Read more »

Sustainability Is a Brand

In order to develop true sustainability policies, companies need to understand the nexus between energy, water, bio-diversity, and green house gas emissions, as well as the wider societal impacts of their company, and then combine them into one coherent policy and reporting framework. Companies also need to understand the interdependence … Read more »

Sustainability and the Importance of the CFO

It is typical in organizations for the CFO to be ultimately responsible for investor relations, facilities, purchasing, human resources and IT. Moreover, CFOs have a unique vantage of operations, by seeing it from a purely financial paradigm. And, therefore, many of the business risks and opportunities exposed through a coherent … Read more »

The Evolution of Sustainability

Throughout the great recession of 2007 – 2010, there has been a dislocation of trust between companies and the global communities they serve. Emerging from the recession, any company wanting to repair such dislocation has used sustainability as the model to achieve best results. Whether it is customers companies want … Read more »

Strategy for Sustainability

Best strategies for a business are to make clear choices and the allocation of its resources, this being comprised of: ‘ the steady accumulation of frameworks promising to unlock the secret of competition advantage’ – Walter Kiechel: The Lords of Strategy, Boston MA – Harvard Business School. A sustainability strategy … Read more »

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