The Mini Cases 5 Companies, 5 Strategies, 5 Transformations

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Unformatted text preview: ll relevant stakeholders to solve our mutual sustainability issues, encouraging those stakeholders to drive value from sustainability efforts and working together to shape the landscape of our industry proactively We lack both the capabilities and the tools to deliver a strategy effectively We lack several required capabilities and tools but are on a path to rectify our shortcomings We have in place (or available) most of the necessary capabilities and tools and are moving to fill any gaps We have in place the full suite of necessary capabilities and tools to enable the effective execution of our sustainability strategy MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 04_BOSS_Sustainability Audit_29-32.indd 31 04_BOSS_Sustainability Audit_29-32.indd 31 31 9/9/09 7:41:26 AM 9/9/09 7:41:26 AM Footnotes 1. Drivers include government legislation, pressure from consumers and customers, employee interest, pressure from society, the impact of ecological factors (for example, climate change, pollution, and the supply of resources such as food and water), and sociological factors (such as population growth, urbanization, and inequities in health and labor). 2. Intangible impacts include enhanced brand awareness and equity (which leads to customer loyalty and the ability to command a p...
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