If you’re looking for more evidence that businesses are all-in on sustainability, just take a peek at what the major software companies are up to.
For heads of sustainability in Europe today, reporting according to the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is one of the biggest tasks ahead.
Today there is a lot of emphasis on sustainability reporting. It is not only a way to communicate your company’s environmental, social, and governance performance, but also a catalyst for improving it.
Good sustainability reports increase awareness for the company, and ultimately contribute to a greater company valuation. They prove how the company´s mission, values and strategy come together to serve all stakeholders.
Most software companies strive to maximize their positive impact by providing tools for their clients, businesses or end-users, to become more sustainable. Many people who work for these companies find purpose in being part of a larger mission – to transform the world. I know I do.
In a virtual world, with little opportunity for face-to-face connections, what are the options to build trust and engagement? A recent Gallup article reports that trust in leadership and employee engagement are diminishing. Communication is always among the top recommendations for leaders who want to build trust.
What do young start-up entrepreneurs, sustainability, and the Bremen Town Musicians have in common? A fulfilling experience and a new milestone in my sustainability career.
In our highly interconnected ecosystem, technology companies play their part in the sustainable operations and transformation of virtually any company. We are all using software. We can safely claim that software transforms the world.
Great leaders are always sensitive to the context in which they do business. Which is why the best have put corporate sustainability high up on their business agendas. It’s the new digital transformation.
What comes to mind when you think about slaves? Maybe the slaves of the ancient Egyptian, Roman or Greek civilisations who built the pyramids or worked in the households of nobility?