Corporate Responsibility Turnaround Strategy


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Corporate Responsibility Turnaround Strategy

  1. 1. Corporate Responsibility Turnaround Strategy (CRTS)TAKING OWNERSHIP…TAKING INTEREST…TAKING ACTION<br />Gayle Bulls Dixon<br /><br />Gila&CoPaseo de la Castellana, 15328046<br />
  2. 2. Leaders of companies in complex and crisis situations…<br />are in the most advantageous position for change.<br />have board discussions that revolve around financial viability as only issue for survival.<br />experience intense pressure from all direction (NGOs, investment fund interests, media, consumer journalism and user generated content (UGC) from social networks – Facebook, Twitter, Scribble Live). <br />have internal initiatives that are often separately supported by small groups with conflicting motives. They become complex and undefined.<br />may think it impossible to do enough.<br />
  3. 3. They need a framework.<br />
  4. 4. Global economy on slow, uneven path to recovery<br />GOOD NEWS: ROBUST RECOVERY<br />Output expanding at varying speeds: Growth strong & close to pre-crisis levels in some EMEs in S. & E Asia & Lat. America…<br />…recovery in some OECD <br />member much weaker.<br />US on verge of self-sustaining recovery; growth in Europe more <br />subdued.<br />Global economy<br />back on growth<br />Track<br />Performed better<br />than anticipated<br />Recovery expected<br />to continue…<br />….after most <br />severe recession<br />(2009) Since<br />WWII<br />BAD NEWS: RECOVERY UNEVEN ACROSS AND WITHIN REGIONS<br />*Source - TMA International News – Q2 2010<br />
  5. 5. “It is hoped that the regulatory environment is better adjusted to monitoring the recycling of these imbalances than before. In any event, the uncertainty will provide restructuring professionalswith a continuing stream of challenges in the foreseeable future.” Dr. Andreas Dombret-Deutsche Bundesbank<br />Varying speeds = varying behaviors from banks, lenders, creditors, govts, etc<br />Multi-national companies been multi-cultural solutions<br />New laws = uncertainty of strategy and design<br />Turnaround Specialists must be able to create multi-level strategies that address a restructuring project at any stage in an intensely uneven marketplace. <br />
  6. 6. Corporate Responsibility to meet market demands<br />On order to meet the expanding demand that uneven marketplace dynamics create for Turnaround Specialists, we are adding a Corporate Responsibility element to our already market proven planning process. (Also known as Corp. Social Responsibility-CSR, Sustainability, Corp Social Entrepreneurship-CSE) <br />Before seen as a distant plan/function to be created once restructuring is complete, we believe this is a critical consideration and quite possibly a fundamental opportunity to re-establish trust in communities where our client companies are restructured and serve. <br />We expect to experience increases in requirements from stakeholders for Viable Corporate Responsibility components within Restructuring Plans as a determining factor in gaining approval for the plan.<br />
  7. 7. The Process:<br />REVIEW<br />IDENTIFY<br />CREATE<br />COMMUNICATE<br />
  8. 8. REVIEW<br />RESET BOUNDARIES - Analyze your company’s footprint – solutions you already offer - problems that you create.<br /> <br />An analysis of the client company/division will be completed to identify where you are successfully fulfilling as a part of your existing culture the growing requirements of Corporate Responsibility. (SPILLOVERS THAT OTHERS IN YOUR SYSTEM ENJOY AS A RESULT OF YOUR OPERATION)<br />
  9. 9. IDENTIFY<br />ESTABLISH PRIORITIES<br /> <br />As a part of the analysis we will identify any basic requirements that have not yet been established. “How do you start and what are you going to begin measuring?”<br />
  10. 10. CREATE<br />SET MEASURABLE GOALS<br /> <br />We will create a plan to quickly highlight your success or, if necessary, bring the company into compliance. If requested, we will assist in implementation of the plan.<br />
  11. 11. COMMUNICATE<br />TRANSPARENCY<br /> <br />Reporting options for your specific company culture will be recommended. If requested, we will assist in implementation of the communication process.<br />
  12. 12. RESULTING IN:<br />Shorter approval time and stronger support for restructuring plans<br />Stakeholders, NGOs, courts, creditors, communities, vendors, shareholders<br />Increased profitability in restructuring results<br />More beneficial public opinion of company<br />Happier company employees<br />Stronger negotiating position for company with creditors, employees, banks, courts, etc.<br />
  13. 13. Gayle Bulls Dixongayleabulls@yahoo.esGila&CoPaseo de la Castellana, 15328046<br />