In recent years, many in the business community have accepted, if not fully embraced, the move toward “stakeholder capitalism”: the notion that companies must address the needs of a broader universe of stakeholders beyond shareholders.
Many of our clients express frustration with the flood of third-party ESG rankings, ratings, and questionnaires that come across their desks.
In 1981, Jan Carlzon took the reins of struggling regional carrier Scandinavian Airlines and built a radical strategy on a simple insight.
As we gradually come to terms with the devastating impact of the novel coronavirus, our hearts go out to the countless families who have lost loved ones.
ESG data is proliferating. So, which ratings matter, and how does one go about improving them?