Corporate Strategy Today: Issue 3
LIVING IN A GLASS HOUSE
By Paul M. Bray - President P.M. Bray, LLC & AHC Group Senior Associate
The forces for greater corporate transparency increases daily. Here are the reasons to harness the new openess to build trust and foster valuable external input and feedback.
PUBLISH AND BE DAMNED
By Hewson Baltzell - President, Innovest
Data indicates that effective environmental and social reporting now enhances corporate performance. Here the Innovest CEO explains why greater disclosure on environmental performance also enhances investment appeal.
MAKING THE MOVE FROM SPIN TO STRATEGY
By Dick MacLean - President & Founder of Competitive Environment
Today social and environmental reporting may be an exercise in public relations. Look over the hill and the future may reveal comparable, consistent, credible and relevant metrics to differentiate one company from its competitors. Smart companies will position themselves for the hardball competition to come with the corporate disclosure of tomorrow.
SPECIAL GUEST COLUMN: MONITORING IN THE NEAR FUTURE
By Michael Carpenter and Alain E. Kaloyeros
High-tech, cost-effective environmental sensory capability is about to take a great leap forward with applications from monitoring air and water pollution in new, microscopic ways to other applications as far as one's imagination can go.Take a look into the lab to see how commercialization of advanced sensor-on-chip is about to happen.
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