Sustainability Reimagined

Unleashing the full potential of sustainability to make organisations fit for the future

10 April 2024

“Will sustainability invite us to rethink fundamental strategic choices and change everything? Or will we address the issue through an isolated sustainability strategy to get on par?" 

Sustainability is on the top of the strategic agenda everywhere. Frontrunners are moving fast to reduce harmful impacts on people and planet. Even laggards are forced to act due to regulatory changes and demanding stakeholders. Becoming more sustainable is a given. However, faced with an explosion of stakeholder requirements, there is a risk that many organisations are merely scratching the surface of sustainability. They try to keep up. What if we used the sustainability agenda to profoundly reimagine why our organisation exists and how we operate? 

Let’s explore the future together and reimagine sustainability.

Perspectives on reimagining sustainability

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What does it take to put sustainability at the core of your strategy?

What if we used the sustainability agenda to profoundly reimagine why our organisations exist and how we operate? 

Explore our insights on what it takes to put sustainability at the core of your strategy. Keynote presentation by Sheva Rostam and Christian Romer Vingtoft, Implement Consulting Group 

Length: 10 min. 15 sec.

Dive deeper into the innovative approaches to sustainability adopted by industry leaders Novo Nordisk, Too Good To Go, Novozymes and Rio Tinto, as they share how they have reimagined sustainability as a core of their business.

Sustainability in strategy - by Roger Martin

Is sustainability forcing us to reimagine the purpose of a business? 

Explore the perspectives of reowned strategist Roger Martin's on reimagining sustainability and the steps to embed sustainability at the core of the business strategy. 

Professor Roger Martin is a writer, strategy advisor and in 2017 was named the #1 management thinker in the world. He is also former Dean and Institute Director of the Martin Prosperity Institute at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto in Canada.

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