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MBI – GP Strategies Company Confidential
Building for the Future: Learning Approaches
in Preparing for Uncertainty and Tur...
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Programme
Keynote Speaker 1: Dr Geoff Kendall
Interactive Q&A Session
Keynote Speaker 2: Lucy Candlin
Close
Keynote Spea...
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Mark Miller
Business Unit Director
Welcome
Dr Geoff Kendall
Co-Founder & CEO, Future-Fit Foundation
Future Fit
Business Benchmark
5
All companies will report their non-financial performance in
a credible, concise, comparable and compelling way
to start...
6
Our Mission is to Answer Two Questions…
How would we know a truly sustainable
company if we saw one?
How can we tell how...
7
We Need to Answer these Questions Fast…
8
…Because Best-practice Metrics Don’t Work
Dow-Jones Sustainability Index, 2015
87
0%
25%
50%
75%
100%
Thai Oil
92
0%
25%...
9
We Need a New Kind of Benchmark
41 2 3
We must measure
progress toward
(and beyond)
required practice
Progress relative
...
10
The Future-Fit Business Benchmark
Open & FreeScience-Based
Future-Focused Co-Created
11
From ‘Survey Hell’ to a Critical Tool
Independent
Assurance
by accredited
third parties
67%
Future-Fit
Publish Scores
T...
12
Anatomy of the Benchmark
Future-Fit
Scorecard
Brief summary
of commitments
and progress
(with indicators)
toward meetin...
13
The Starting Point:
System Principles
In a sustainable society, nature
is not subject to systemically
increasing concen...
14
15
Scorecard Captures Progress and Commitment
Restorative:
required
performance
threshold is
exceeded
5.
Exceed
Goal
Futur...
16
Q1 2016 Release: Do No Harm
Energy is from
renewable sources
Water is used in an environmentally
responsible and social...
17
Q4 2016 Release: Create System Value
Products meet a basic need
of underserved customers
Energy is from
renewable sourc...
18
• Align everyone on
what matters and test
core business model
for weaknesses
• Create a credible
leadership platform
• ...
19
THANK YOU
Dr Geoff Kendall
Co-Founder & CEO,
Future-Fit Foundation
Resilience – Executive Breakfast Series
Workshop 1
Lucy Candlin
Director, Planet & Prosperity
Riding the Waves
of the Perfect Storm
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Director, Planet & Prosperity
Lucy Candlin
Independent Sustainability Advisor
Chartered Environmentalist and IEMA Fello...
23
Storm Warning…
Source - The Guardian 26/2/16
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Global mega trends are driving a pressure front on the global economy…
Including:
What is the Perfect Storm
• Populatio...
25
Thriving…
• Doom and gloom?
DOOM
GLOOM
• A new way?
26
Key for Surviving and Thriving…
• Opportunism & opportunity
And
• Effective resource
management
• Skills to compete
• L...
27
Skills Framework
In the 21st Century business world, environment and sustainability can
no longer be a bolt on it; it n...
28
Tools and Support
© IEMA, 2011
Training
Course
Syllabus
Guidance &
Information
Horizon Scanning, Strategic risk evaluat...
29
Storm Warning… Are You Ready?
Source - The Guardian 26/2/16
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THANK YOU
Lucy Candlin
Director, Planet & Prosperity
Resilience – Executive Breakfast Series
Workshop 1
Dr Tony Rooke
Director Reporting, CDP
Reporting to CDP
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A global economic system that
operates within sustainable
environmental boundaries and prevents
dangerous climate change
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Only Global Environmental Disclosure Platform
5,533
Companies in more
than 91 countries
reporting - over
half the world...
35
Responding Companies, 2003-2015
253 295 355
922
1449
2204
2456
3050
3715
4112
4540
5003
5533
100 138 159 179176 283 345...
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• As a proxy for good corporate
governance practice
• As a proxy for good climate
change management
• Company Engagemen...
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Investor Scorecard
38
German Stock Exchange & CDP Reports
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Google Finance & Bloomberg
Google Finance
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How Does Responding Work?
Climate change
Forests
Supply chain
Water
Investors & supply
chain members
Corporations
Infor...
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Science Based Targets Initiative
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Aligning Targets with Climate Science
Science-based
targets
2010 2050
GlobalEmissions
Year
2ºC Carbon
Budget
http://www...
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THANK YOU
Dr Tony Rooke
Director Reporting, CDP
Resilience – Executive Breakfast Series
Workshop 1
Interactive Q&A Session
© 2016 GP Strategies Corporation. All rights reserved. GP Strategies, GP Strategies and logo design, BlessingWhite, Rovsin...
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  1. 1. MBI – GP Strategies Company Confidential Building for the Future: Learning Approaches in Preparing for Uncertainty and Turbulence Resilience Workshop 1
  2. 2. 2 Programme Keynote Speaker 1: Dr Geoff Kendall Interactive Q&A Session Keynote Speaker 2: Lucy Candlin Close Keynote Speaker 3: Dr Tony Rooke Join us for a coffee on 40th Floor
  3. 3. 3 Mark Miller Business Unit Director Welcome
  4. 4. Dr Geoff Kendall Co-Founder & CEO, Future-Fit Foundation Future Fit Business Benchmark
  5. 5. 5 All companies will report their non-financial performance in a credible, concise, comparable and compelling way to start shifting investor and consumer behaviour in pursuit of a prosperous future for all Our Long-term Vision
  6. 6. 6 Our Mission is to Answer Two Questions… How would we know a truly sustainable company if we saw one? How can we tell how far away a company is now from where it needs to be?
  7. 7. 7 We Need to Answer these Questions Fast…
  8. 8. 8 …Because Best-practice Metrics Don’t Work Dow-Jones Sustainability Index, 2015 87 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% Thai Oil 92 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% Unilever 5% difference?!
  9. 9. 9 We Need a New Kind of Benchmark 41 2 3 We must measure progress toward (and beyond) required practice Progress relative to a baseline year does not tell us enough Progress relative to best practice or peers does not tell us enough Progress toward short-term goals does not tell us enough required state baseline year short term goals Company today current state Future-Fit Company Past Future other company other company
  10. 10. 10 The Future-Fit Business Benchmark Open & FreeScience-Based Future-Focused Co-Created
  11. 11. 11 From ‘Survey Hell’ to a Critical Tool Independent Assurance by accredited third parties 67% Future-Fit Publish Scores Third party scoring doesn’t work… Disclosure of sensitive data Survey fatigue Results aren’t actionable ...but third party assurance does work Optional Sensitive data stays inside the company Identify key performance gaps Prioritise Corrective actions Execute to close gaps Calculate Future-Fit metrics Optional
  12. 12. 12 Anatomy of the Benchmark Future-Fit Scorecard Brief summary of commitments and progress (with indicators) toward meeting future-fit goals Global Challenges Social and environmental issues we must address if we are to transition to a sustainable future System Principles What a sustainable society would look like according to best - available science Business Principles How companies must operate if they are to be part of such a truly sustainable society Business Benefits Benefits to the business beyond protecting the social and natural infrastructure it depends upon Future-Fit Goals Performance thresholds that every company must reach to help (and not hinder) society’s transition Stakeholder Support confidence among shareholders, employees and others that a company will thrive in the future
  13. 13. 13 The Starting Point: System Principles In a sustainable society, nature is not subject to systemically increasing concentrations of substances extracted from the Earth’s crust In a sustainable society, nature is not subject to systemically increasing degradation by physical means In a sustainable society, people are not subject to systemic barriers to health, influence, impartiality competence and meaning In a sustainable society, nature is not subject to systemically increasing concentrations of substances produced by society
  14. 14. 14
  15. 15. 15 Scorecard Captures Progress and Commitment Restorative: required performance threshold is exceeded 5. Exceed Goal Future-Fit: required performance threshold is achieved 4. Reach Goal Progress is monitored and changes to plan are explained 3. Monitor & Report Current gap is explained and a plan to close it is published 2. Commit to Goal Public recognition of the need to reach the future-fit goal 1. Recognise Goal Commitment indicator No public recognition that the goal is a required destination 0. No Public Position A measure of the gap between current and required levels of performance Fitness indicator A summary of progress against (and changes to) plan to put performance in context Fitness narrative
  16. 16. 16 Q1 2016 Release: Do No Harm Energy is from renewable sources Water is used in an environmentally responsible and socially equitable way Products emit no substances which cause harm Future-Fit Goal Net Negative
  17. 17. 17 Q4 2016 Release: Create System Value Products meet a basic need of underserved customers Energy is from renewable sources Water is used in an environmentally responsible and socially equitable way Products emit no substances which cause harm Interventions improve people’s health Future-Fit Goal Net PositiveNet Negative These are sample restorative metrics TBC
  18. 18. 18 • Align everyone on what matters and test core business model for weaknesses • Create a credible leadership platform • Prioritise actions to close future-fit performance gaps • Simplify reporting: focus on the gaps and what you’re doing to close them For Companies... For Others… • Raters can measure required practice, not best practice • Consultants can push clients to be more ambitious • Policy makers can design more effective regulations For Investors... • Incorporate future-fit metrics into decision-making processes - ‘3D Investing’ • Steer capital more effectively toward those companies most likely to thrive in an uncertain future • Design investment products to maximise ‘future-fit alpha’ or target specific investor groups
  19. 19. 19 THANK YOU Dr Geoff Kendall Co-Founder & CEO, Future-Fit Foundation
  20. 20. Resilience – Executive Breakfast Series Workshop 1
  21. 21. Lucy Candlin Director, Planet & Prosperity Riding the Waves of the Perfect Storm
  22. 22. 22 Director, Planet & Prosperity Lucy Candlin Independent Sustainability Advisor Chartered Environmentalist and IEMA Fellow IEMA Professional Standards Committee Board Director UK Emissions Trading Group - Co-chair Working Group on Monitoring, Reporting, Verification and Accreditation
  23. 23. 23 Storm Warning… Source - The Guardian 26/2/16
  24. 24. 24 Global mega trends are driving a pressure front on the global economy… Including: What is the Perfect Storm • Population growth • Demand for natural resources • Costs and availability of energy • Climate change • Water shortages • Eco-system degradation • Strife/climate base mass migration
  25. 25. 25 Thriving… • Doom and gloom? DOOM GLOOM • A new way?
  26. 26. 26 Key for Surviving and Thriving… • Opportunism & opportunity And • Effective resource management • Skills to compete • Leadership • Funding • Strategy Revans Law states: “ For an organisation to survive, its rate of learning must be at least equal to the rate of change of its external environment. ”
  27. 27. 27 Skills Framework In the 21st Century business world, environment and sustainability can no longer be a bolt on it; it needs to be part of the business DNA. Good quality people and their skills are the change makers - which is why it is vital that sustainability skills become pivotal to the operations of organisations. IEMA’s skills framework includes – • Skills for Leaders • Skills for Professionals • Skills for the wider workforce
  28. 28. 28 Tools and Support © IEMA, 2011 Training Course Syllabus Guidance & Information Horizon Scanning, Strategic risk evaluation, Stakeholder Engagement, etc Conferences, Events & Webinars
  29. 29. 29 Storm Warning… Are You Ready? Source - The Guardian 26/2/16
  30. 30. 30 THANK YOU Lucy Candlin Director, Planet & Prosperity
  31. 31. Resilience – Executive Breakfast Series Workshop 1
  32. 32. Dr Tony Rooke Director Reporting, CDP Reporting to CDP
  33. 33. 33 A global economic system that operates within sustainable environmental boundaries and prevents dangerous climate change
  34. 34. 34 Only Global Environmental Disclosure Platform 5,533 Companies in more than 91 countries reporting - over half the world’s market cap 314 Cities sharing best practices - 390 million people, 61 leading megacities 75 Global corporate supply chains - US$ 2 trillion in annual procurement 822 Institutional investors requesting information - a third of the world’s investable capital
  35. 35. 35 Responding Companies, 2003-2015 253 295 355 922 1449 2204 2456 3050 3715 4112 4540 5003 5533 100 138 159 179176 283 345 589 1064 1237 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 CDP disclosure numbers by theme Climate Change Forests Water
  36. 36. 36 • As a proxy for good corporate governance practice • As a proxy for good climate change management • Company Engagement (including ‘Aiming for A’ and the AMNT’s ‘Red Line voting’) • Specific engagement purposes (Governance/Strategy/Emission Performance/Verification and Stakeholder Engagement) - sub scores available to CDP investor members How Investors Use CDP Climate Scores • Investment decision ideas (best in class, exclusion criteria, weightings, etc,) • In conjunction with other ESG metrics/rankings • As part of a climate risk assessment of portfolios • Create financial products (ETF/low carbon index)
  37. 37. 37 Investor Scorecard
  38. 38. 38 German Stock Exchange & CDP Reports
  39. 39. 39 Google Finance & Bloomberg Google Finance
  40. 40. 40 How Does Responding Work? Climate change Forests Supply chain Water Investors & supply chain members Corporations Information Information Authority Authority
  41. 41. 41
  42. 42. 42 Science Based Targets Initiative
  43. 43. 43 Aligning Targets with Climate Science Science-based targets 2010 2050 GlobalEmissions Year 2ºC Carbon Budget http://www.sciencebasedtargets.org
  44. 44. 44 THANK YOU Dr Tony Rooke Director Reporting, CDP
  45. 45. Resilience – Executive Breakfast Series Workshop 1
  46. 46. Interactive Q&A Session
  47. 47. © 2016 GP Strategies Corporation. All rights reserved. GP Strategies, GP Strategies and logo design, BlessingWhite, Rovsing Dynamics, Asentus, Information Horizons, PMC, Sandy, Bath Consultancy Group, Academy of Training, Martonhouse, Via Training, Beneast Training, Ultra, RWD, Communication Consulting, Option Six, Milsom, Clutterbuck Associates, PerformTech, Future Perfect, Smallpeice Enterprises, Prospero Learning Solutions, Lorien Engineering Solutions, Effective-People, Effective-Learning, GPiLEARN, GPCALCS, GPSteam, EtaPRO, and VirtualPlant are trademarks or registered trademarks of GP Strategies Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. All other trademarks are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Proprietary to GP Strategies Corporation We’re at our best when helping our clients achieve their best. Together… making a meaningful impact on the world. gpstrategiesltd.com We’re at our best when helping our clients achieve their best. Together… making a meaningful impact on the world. gpstrategiesltd.com

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