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Corporate Injury Reporting
Are more people-centric metrics needed? A new study by Corporate Knights has looked at 4,469 large companies on 45 different stock exchanges to determine their level of voluntary reporting in 2014 in relation to seven sustainability-based performance indicators Their study reveals that only 19% of these companies were disclosing their injury rates compared to 62% who published information on Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions. The report’s authors noted this and commented that large companies seem to be...
Global reporting initiative sustainability reporting – Case Study
Challenge: In 2009,an international organization of travel industry executives set an aspirational greenhouse gas reduction goal of 25% by 2020 and 35% by 2035 for their industry (on a 2005 baseline). A global luxury hotel chain needed to start gathering information to support their commitment to achieving this goal set by the client, and communicating their progress publicly. Solution: Since 2010, the client has sought Antea Group’s assistance to publicly communicate their sustainability messaging and...
Conducting a corporate social responsibility diagnostic case study
Challenge:Antea Group`s Global Corporate Consultancy was retained by an oil & gas industry services firm to help it further refine its strategy to achieve competitive advantage through implementation of an integrated corporate social responsibility (CSR) discipline. Our approach consisted of a series of activities designed to fit within the client’s specified CSR diagnostic framework. We calibrated our level of effort to be fit-for-purpose, balancing the time planned for discovery and analysis with...
Social value creation for business: new report
Many businesses have reaped the benefits of environmental footprint reduction efforts. They are now turning to their social footprint and asking how they can enhance their social impacts in ways that also generate business value. Progressive companies are racing ahead, investing in innovative approaches that improve community and societal well-being – realizing financial benefits for the firm and its shareholders. And there’s no time like the present given the scale of the social challenges ahead,...
Extending the DART model for social media
The DART framework is one of the most appreciated theoretical arguments about the co-creation of new products and services by firms with the support of customers. In the internet age, companies very often started using web and social media in order to develop and/or design their new products and services with the support of users. This spread innovation approach made the DART framework somehow incomplete (at least for this form of co-creation) owing to its scant attention to technology. The aim of this study is...