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Survey questions and responses from the 2013 Sustainability & Innovation Global Executive Study and Research Project, conducted by MIT Sloan Management Review and The Boston Consulting Group.

Survey questions and responses from the 2013 Sustainability & Innovation Global Executive Study and Research Project, conducted by MIT Sloan Management Review and The Boston Consulting Group.

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    • In collaboration withRESEARCH REPORT SPRING 2013 FINDINGS FROM THE 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECT The Survey: Questions and Responses Read the full report “The Innovation Bottom Line” at sloanreview.mit.edu/sustainability2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ1Of the following, which are the primary business challenges facing your organizationover the next two years? (Please indicate top 3 in order of significance, with 1indicating the most significant.) © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ2Which of the following does your organization associate with sustainability? (Pleasechoose all that apply.) © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ3Which sustainability trend(s) do you see as most critical for your company over thenext 3 years? (Please indicate the top 3 in order of significance, with 1 indicating themost significant.) © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ4Has your organizationsbusiness model changed asa result of sustainability? © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ5What elements of the business model has yourcompany changed in connection with sustainability?(Please choose all that apply.) © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ6What factors have ledto changes in yourbusiness model?(Please choose all thatapply.) (Only those whoanswered "Yes" onQuestion 4 areconsidered) © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ7If you are facingresource scarcityissues, which of thefollowing methods areyou using to deal withthem? (Please chooseall that apply.) © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ8Is pursuing sustainability-relatedstrategies necessary to be competitive? © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ9In general, how do you believe yourorganizations sustainability-relatedactions/decisions have affected itsprofitability? © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ10Where do you see profit from sustainability?(Please choose all that apply.) © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ11Why do you see sustainability as subtracting from profit?(Please choose all that apply.) © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ12What are the greatest benefitsto your organization inaddressing sustainability?(Please choose up to threereasons.) © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ13Overall, has your organization developed a clear business case or proven valueproposition for addressing sustainability? © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ14What are the most significant obstacles in your organization to evaluating thebusiness case for sustainability-related strategies? (Please choose all that apply.) © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ15How has your organizations commitment to sustainability—in terms of managementattention and investment—changed in the past year? © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ16How do you expect your organizations commitment to sustainability — in terms ofmanagement attention and investment — to change in the year ahead? © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ17To the best of your knowledge, which of the following best describes the status ofsustainability on the agenda of your organizations top management? © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ18Regardingsustainability in yourorganization, does yourorganization have…(Please choose all thatapply.) © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ19Which stakeholdergroups are driving thesustainability agenda ofyour company today?(Please choose all thatapply.) © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ20Has sustainabilitycaused your company toincrease its collaborationwith any of the following?(Please choose all thatapply.) © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
    • MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW 2012 SUSTAINABILITY & INNOVATION GLOBAL EXECUTIVE STUDY AND RESEARCH PROJECTQ21How does your companycommunicate itssustainability efforts andcommitments? (Pleasechoose all that apply.) © Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013
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