The Mini Cases 5 Companies, 5 Strategies, 5 Transformations

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Unformatted text preview: nability A corporate or cross-functional group has coordinating responsibility A senior or executive-level individual has full responsibility It is unclear to me who has responsibility We do not address sustainability issues Each business unit has a group that has responsibility for sustainability All employees 36% A corporate or crossfunctional group 22% A senior or executive level official 15% Unclear 13% Do not address sustainability 7% Each business unit has a group responsible 7% 0 10 20 30 40 50 Percentage of respondents MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 08_BOSS_survey questions_45-80.indd 51 08_BOSS_survey questions_45-80.indd 51 51 9/9/09 8:09:04 AM 9/9/09 8:09:04 AM Q5. Has your organization developed a clear “business case” or “proven value proposition” for addressing sustainability? a. Yes b. No c. Unsure d. Have tried but too difficult to develop Percentage of respondents 50 43 % 40 31% 30 19% 20 10 7% 0 Have tried but too difficult to develop MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 08_BOSS_survey questions_45-80.indd 52 08_BOSS_survey questions_45-80.indd 52 Unsure Yes No 52 9/9/09 8:09:04 AM 9/9/09 8:09:04 AM Q6. Which internal challenges within your organization present the most significant roadblocks to addressing sustainability issues? (Please choose the top 3 and rank them in order of significance where 1 = most significant roadblock.) Outdated mental models and perspectives on sustainability issues Too many competing priorities/don’t know what to do first No...
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