This space is where we share the latest trends in New Ways of Working, sustainability, and more.
Europe’s aim to become the global leader on sustainability has far-reaching implications for EU and non-EU companies doing business in the bloc.
We are seeing a fragmentation in work relationships that are no longer assumed as life-long relationships “until retirement do us part”.
Overview The way we work and live has changed dramatically over the last 200 years. We are now at an exciting junction where Industrial Age working practices cohabit with new Information Age work patterns. As the Information Revolution unfolds an increasing number of networked individuals and self-employed entrepreneurs are shunning traditional organisations which are regarded
by leveraging agility, adaptability and innovation capabilities Interview with Wayne Visser, a globally recognised Cambridge “pracademic” and thought-leader on sustainable and responsible business, and the author of Thriving: The Breakthrough Movement to Regenerate Nature, Society and the Economy. About Professor Visser He is a Fellow and Head Tutor at the University of Cambridge Institute for
Examples of major trending challenges in association with remote working include reduced innovation, lack of collaboration, poor employee management and isolation which impact negatively on organizations.
ESG Overview Investors globally are increasingly embracing ESG standards, which focus on factors such as, human wellbeing, the environment, and the welfare of the economy. ESG concept was initially introduced in the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment in 2006. Notably, the interconnectedness between the planet, people and profits, has been more revealed during the covid-19
Questions about whether remote working is going to be a permanent state, have been raised, following expectations of the Covid-19 pandemic to frail due to the now available vaccine. Mckinsey Global Institute reports that the Imposed quarantine guidelines, isolation, and lockdowns have forced tens of millions globally to adopt remote working. The remote workplace was
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[Interview Pt.1] Geilan Malet-Bates is the Chair of the P27 Green FinTech Forum and a regular contributor to green finance debates and consultations.
Sustainability professionals must shift from an ‘activist’ to a collaborative mindset with the C-Suite
[Interview] We need to rewrite the story of Robin Hood, where he remains very much part of the King’s courtrooms while using his influence to shine light on how prosperity can be multiplied by doing good for the subjects
Sustainability reporting by trading giants and multinational companies has become standard practice over the last decade.
[Interview] Sustainability is key to ensuring the survival of the planet, our societies and our way of life, even if the latter must change in order to achieve a sustainable future.
The drive towards sustainability has prompted companies to seek to improve and showcase the environmental performance of their operations. There are two options available to companies to become certified as a sustainable company. Environmental Certifications Environmental certifications are issued by an
[Interview] Most organisations are well equipped from a technical standpoint. However, the biggest challenge is creating and maintaining a company culture.