Sustainability and ESG performance requires some common sense, attention to details and a competitive mindset.
Does it require a bit of front-end prioritizing? Yes. Some jockeying for agreement on resources? Yup. Convincing some key people to put in some extra hours. For sure. Following some best practises? That's always a good starting point. It this sounds to you like a typical project management exercise, and therefore a tad dull, you are not wrong. But it gets much more interesting very quickly.
Once you get past the starting phase of the work and the team starts digging into ESG initiatives that mean something to the company, that's when the magic happens.
See you back here at ESG Cafe. We promise not to bore you.
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