Your organization’s approach to risk assessment is imperfect. You already knew that. Any risk assessment or risk analysis begins by putting limits on, or “bounding”… Read More
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Update: June 17, 2015 This event occurs in the past. For further details on this event see the original registration page. Accountants play a critical… Read More
The Q Ratio, often called Tobin’s q, is a ratio comparing a public company’s market value to its book (or total asset) value. Learn why it’s helpful.
Researcher John Peloza demonstrates how CSR yields financial reward using best-in-class research.
Data on the connection between sustainable business practices and financial performance is maturing rapidly in two ways.
What are the best metrics for determining social impact? Share specific examples from your own experience.
Correlation of high sustainability with higher financial performance is not new. What is new? Researchers have uncovered cultural markers for the link.
Consumers expect firms to address environmental issues. In response, firms are developing environmentally friendly products and instituting policies that encourage green consumption. These initiatives include everything… Read More
Getting to Green: The Changes That Can Help Managers Cut Energy Use, Divert Waste and Get Their Companies to Better Decisions
Companies have good reasons to make decisions benefitting the environment or society. For one, the majority of the research says such initiatives pay off. But… Read More
Research shows sustainability’s ‘warm glow’ wanes in tough economic times. How can managers respond to these changes in consumer behaviour?