Sustainable Business Strategy + Pathway Mapping for Sector Leadership
There is now no debate amongst business leaders that all organisations must transition to low-carbon sustainable operation to ensure planet earth is fit for our younger and future generations. Whatever the longer term aim might be (eg. Zero Carbon or Net Zero), there are many short and medium term business benefits from action too.
However, we know that business leaders, with the Covid-19 crisis to manage simultaneously, would appreciate a clear transition pathway through the jungle of possibilities. We want to work with you to map your optimum pathway for your sector, circumstances and critical issues.
To get from where you are to sustainable business sector leadership is a different transition pathway and journey for every organisation.
If you’re the leader of your organisation, you don’t have to do it all yourself. Your people, present and future, want a purpose beyond profit! You provide the inspiration and commitment, they will embrace the transition to a more sustainable business and make it happen.
We can help provide the direction to optimise the benefits and pace of change – help everyone move forward with momentum! However, you can ensure that your business doesn’t expend any unnecessary energy diverted from the identified positive transition pathway that leads to sustainable business, new opportunities and potentially sector leadership.
So, what is Positive Transitions 2020s pathway mapping?
The process answers questions like:
- How do we get to Net Zero?
- How do we reduce supply chain risk by assessing benefits of alternatives to higher risk, high-carbon complex / global supply chains increasingly prone to disruption; eg. low-carbon local and/or circular economy supply?
- How do we ensure we don’t miss out on Circular Economy, regeneration and innovation opportunities?
- How do we optimise cost savings from resource efficiency and waste reduction during transition?
- How do we set Paris-aligned Science-Based Targets running alongside SDG alignment?
It essentially maps your future to leadership in a changing, more sustainable world – a new world where your business can thrive because it understands the “bigger picture” and has set out a shared vision and strategy for future-proofed sustainable operation.
Some of the key Sustainable Business concepts to consider would include:
- Vision, strategies, targets and action plans
- Resource Efficiency + Carbon Reduction
- Circular Economy + Sustainable Resource Management
- Management Systems (YOUR systems to optimise Triple-Bottom-Line + YOUR benefits)
- Natural + Social Capital
- Supply Chain + Lifecycle
- Demonstration, Communication + Awards