The Mini Cases 5 Companies, 5 Strategies, 5 Transformations

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Unformatted text preview: stainability has increased most among media and entertainment companies (33 percent) Overall 5 Organization does not address sustainability 4 11 7 17 35 15 10 Commitment decreased significantly No basis for making judgment Agriculture, mining, and water Automotive 18 Conglomerate 18 9 Energy Financial services 7 Health care 9 11 Industrial goods and services 8 Technology and telecommunications 7 0 13 30 13 20 Media and entertainment 16 35 18 25 50 3 8 6 3 9 11 19 32 18 Commitment increased significantly 7 17 10 13 38 Commitment increased somewhat 4 16 7 16 31 14 3 12 6 9 52 7 11 2 8 7 27 33 16 7 Consumer products and retail Business as usual, no changes 10 12 24 35 14 4 Construction 6 9 3 21 35 Commitment decreased somewhat 11 5 3 21 34 8 8 4 18 45 12 8 15 3 12 6 75 100 Percentage of respondents Note: Due to rounding, the percentages for some industries do not total 100 percent. MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 02_BOSS_Report Exhibits_17-23 17 02_BOSS_Report Exhibits_17-23 17 17 9/9/09 7:08:13 AM 9/9/09 7:08:13 AM Exhibit 2. Companies Are Influenced by a Wide Range of Sustainability-Related Issues How much impact will the following sustainability-related issues have on your organization? Agriculture, mining, and water Respondents who rated an issue as having a significant impact1 (%) A top driver for the automotive and energy industries 100% A top driver for the consumer and automotive industries 90% Automotive Conglomerate Construction Top drivers for the agriculture, mining,...
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