As we witness a systematic assault on the foundations for a just and sustainable world, a new question is arising: How do companies and CEOs respond when basic principles are under attack?
Three main implications for the future of corporate transparency point to the increasing importance of proactive and strategic approaches.
Yes, businesses have to earn profits and provide a return to their investors, but has the focus on a business case for everything undermined what it means to be a good corporate citizen?
There are clear drivers in today's operating environment for multinationals to rethink their approaches to risk, resilience, and corporate responsibility. Here are four stakeholder trends to pay attention to this year.
Women’s Empowerment | Technology
By strengthening transparency in reporting and offering innovative products and services for all, ICT companies can help advance women as skilled professionals and empowered individuals.
Supply Chain | Climate Change
Although in many ways encouraging, our findings in this year's report highlighted the need for urgency.
Sustainable supply chain management means operating in uncertainty, without clear guidance on universal standards on what constitutes best practice. A BSR tool can help companies benchmark their responsible sourcing programs and assess how to improve.
As Trump prepares to move into the Oval Office, we urge his administration to consider the view of business and the resounding support from citizens and governments and pursue a clear federal climate policy.
In partnership with Win-Win Strategies and supported by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, we ask you to join us as we launch Business Action for Women, a collaborative initiative for companies aimed at driving collective action on progress for women.
Women’s Empowerment | Human Rights | Equity, Inclusion, and Justice | Climate Change
Responsible leadership, now more than ever, demands that all of us—as citizens, workers, politicians, and business executives—defend essential values and principles.
Human Rights | Equity, Inclusion, and Justice | Climate Change
Looking ahead to a new year with new conditions, here is our suggested playbook for how business can lead in this new environment.
There are many opportunities for financial services companies to fund the SDGs, and they should look at how to integrate the goals into these five areas.