The Mini Cases 5 Companies, 5 Strategies, 5 Transformations

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Unformatted text preview: ployees 6% 8% Expert • Many senior managers think a corporate group holds responsibility 34% 35% • Diffused responsibility to ”all employees" consistently ranks highest across almost all segments 10 20 30 40 50 0 10 20 We do not address sustainability issues A senior or executive-level individual has full responsibility It is unclear to me who has responsibility MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 07_BOSS_Survey Highlights_37-44.indd 40 07_BOSS_Survey Highlights_37-44.indd 40 40 50 % % All employees have responsibility for sustainability 30 • Many novices unclear where responsibility for sustainability lies A corporate or cross-functional group Each business unit has a group that has responsibility for sustainability 40 9/9/09 7:19:34 AM 9/9/09 7:19:34 AM Q5. Has your organization developed a clear “business case” or “proven value proposition” for addressing sustainability? Benefit of of sustainability among companies who answered "yes" Business case by company size % 50 100 40 30 Business model or process innovation New sources of revenue or cash flow Cost savings Product, service, or market innovation 40 10 • Largest companies are most likely to have developed a business case Competitive advantage 60 20 • >70% companies do not perceive a clear business case...
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