It’s Time For Exponential Thinking About Corporate Responsibility

/It’s Time For Exponential Thinking About Corporate Responsibility

It’s Time For Exponential Thinking About Corporate Responsibility

John Elkington invented the idea of the triple bottom line. Now he’s focusing on how we can move past incrementalism and toward fast

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“Last year, the Harvard Business Review shifted how it assesses its “100 best-performing CEOs,” including for the first time a variety of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics. In the new reckoning, Jeff Bezos fell from first place to 87th, and Netflix’s Reed Hastings didn’t even make the list. That HBR, hardly a flag-waver for the Socialist International, now sees performance this way is solid evidence that Elkington’s ideas have finally reached mainstream.”

The UN Sustainable Development Goals will have the force of law as governments create regulations to meet them.

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By | 2017-02-10T13:14:08+00:00 February 1st, 2017|@enable_change, Sustainability|0 Comments

About the Author:

Flora Moon
Flora Moon is Sustainability Practice Director at Expressworks. For over 15 years she has adeptly guided petrochemical clients like DuPont, Williams, Halliburton and Chevron to navigate systemic and cultural change. In April, 2016 she moderated the SPE panel on Sustainability and Performance in Stavanger, Norway. She serves on the Executive committee of the Society of Petroleum Engineers Sustainability Technical Section and co-leads the SPE Sustainability Technical Section Performance Sub-Committee. Flora has also created sustainability capability and capacity in communities serving on the Houston (Texas) Resilience Committee and as project manager / special advisor to a number of public and private projects. She is the co-designer of a private sustainability investment strategy for Merrill Lynch.

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