Complex and fast-developing sustainability reporting landscape and increased pressure from stakeholders to report ESG data often leads to reactive measures or even inaction.
Sustainability is perceived as a cost centre with little connection to the revenues and profits. It is time to replace ad hoc philanthropic initiatives with a focused and impactful sustainability strategy.
Lack of insights on how to organize teams and processes internally and how to capture non-financial data often results in sporadic efforts without right foundation for continuous sustainability reporting.
Insight into how sustainability will impact your value chain, your organization, and your ability to create value over time.
Control your sustainability strategy makes you feel confident with your sustainability reporting and your response to external demands.
Develop the processes as well as the financial and ESG data needed to support your business strategy, and externally communicate when you have reliable information to share.
Reduce scope and complexity. A short and midterm roadmap should consider the company’s overall business strategy, possibilities to influence, and potential positive impact in the coming 1-3 years.