Informing and Inspiring the Global Sporting Goods Industry

Over the past year, we’ve worked with the luminaries of the sporting goods industry to set new standards for corporate responsibility on 13 different impact areas, including working hours for people in operations around the world, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and management of chemicals in garment and equipment manufacturing.   The World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI) …

How the Sustainable Development Goals make reports more meaningful

As the third and final piece in this series on sustainability reporting, Adam confesses to being a bit of a reporting geek. He appreciates a well-structured report that gives us a sense that the company really ‘means it’ when it comes to doing good, or at least doing less harm. The best reports transparently show what the company is focusing …

Leadership & change: the role of effective sustainability reporting

In the first of these articles on sustainability reporting, I argued companies need to telling a coherent story in their reporting across the four inter-related areas—setting the context, articulating their purpose, demonstrating innovation and showcasing impact. This makes the reports more interesting to read, and engages more people outside the business in sustainability programmes. In this piece, I am arguing …

Into the Fray! A Call for Corporate Activism

As I write, the air reeks of burned wood. It is the lingering stench of the worst forest fire season on record for Western North America. Massive plumes of smoke are rising hundreds of miles away, and the pall is cast over skies as far as the eye can see. Recent coverage of the worst-ever flooding in Houston, from which …

Your CSR Story: Five Steps to Engage Your Stakeholders

It’s often said that the goal of a Corporate Social Responsibility function in business should be to cease to exist. Can CSR be so embedded in the company that a separate CSR team is wholly unnecessary? It’s a useful question, in that it helps to avoid ‘silo’ thinking. And that’s essential when you’re developing the communications plan for your CSR …

Getting Sustainability Reporting Right: Three Trends to Know

Sustainability reporting is being used more frequently as a strategic tool for businesses to address popular interest in socially and environmentally responsible products. Showcasing impact and stakeholder engagement are top priorities, and three trends are giving shape to the most successful reports. Purpose is Moving to the Centre of Attention There’s a growing understanding that employees and customers want to buy …

Case Study | Grant Thornton

Coaching Grant Thornton’s sustainability team to collaborate toward a vibrant UK economy. With 4,500 people in the UK and 40,000 worldwide, Grant Thornton is one of the world’s largest business advisory and accounting firms. Their purpose is to help shape a vibrant economy, based on trust and integrity in markets, dynamic businesses, and communities where businesses and people can flourish.’ …

Intern Experience: Ray Hopkinson

Interning has a bad reputation. Between menial tasks, minimal supervision and unfair remuneration, internships can cost interns more than they cost employers! We believe there’s a better way to host students and other learners. At Junxion we aim to give our interns a workplan that ensures they make a valuable contribution and learn something while they are with us. In …