Transparent, standardized, quality data in environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting is one step closer to becoming a reality for public companies with downstream impacts reverberating through value chains impacting private companies. With the final ruling on climate-related disclosures from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) around the corner, accelerating strategy development will enhance decision-making to operationalize a strategy that delivers a competitive edge, while meeting an increasingly global, national, and local intersection of reporting requirements.
Questions you should have answers for:
- What are our significant near and long-term climate risks?
- How are we prioritizing investments to transform our business?
- How do we organize ourselves for success?
- How do we quickly mature our collection of data and use of technology?
- How do we build a ‘fit for purpose’ governance model and system of controls for non-financial reporting?
People want to do business with and work for organizations they trust. Trust is built on consistent, predictable action in the moments that matter — like keeping data safe, delivering the right product at the right time, using ethical business practices, complying with regulations, and partnering with credible third parties.
It’s time to turn ambitions into transformative actions. See how.