The Mini Cases 5 Companies, 5 Strategies, 5 Transformations

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Unformatted text preview: of understanding." "Lack of support amongst employees." "The most significant roadblock is to get employees motivated to accept decisions and impacts of sustainability issues." "Sustainability needs to be in the company's DNA. It is not an add-on, even if supported by brilliant consultants. Changing companies’ DNA is the most formidable challenge companies have to face." "Cultural issues.” "Board of Directors are hesitant to address sustainability." "The executives are ambivalent. Sustainability in the organization has come to be associated with self interested, un-business like perspectives." "Remains a separate initiative - like a lot of others - not fully integrated into strategy." "Too many executives pulling in different directions and the resultant force is zero." "The problem is the executives and management!” "Finding the time to develop and present the business case for sustainability to clients." "Insufficient balanced and reliable information about trade-offs between long-range scenarios."...
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