The Innovation Bottom Line (MIT Sloan)

For the fourth year, MIT Sloan Management Review, in partnership with the Boston Consulting Group, conducted a global survey on sustainability, to which more than 4,000 executives and managers of all industries and regions responded. An analysis of the findings was published in the research report, "The Innovation Bottom Line." Sustainability-Driven Innovators The global study found that many companies are profiting from their sustainability efforts and changing their business models to generate that profit. We call these respondents Sustainability-Driven Innovators (SDIs) and they comprise 23% of our survey respondents. These interactive charts explore what sets SDIs apart from the average respondent.

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For the fourth year, MIT Sloan Management Review, in partnership with the Boston Consulting Group, conducted a global survey on sustainability, to which more than 4,000 executives and managers of all industries and regions responded. An analysis of the findings was published in the research report, "The Innovation Bottom Line." Sustainability-Driven Innovators The global study found that many companies are profiting from their sustainability efforts and changing their business models to generate that profit. We call these respondents Sustainability-Driven Innovators (SDIs) and they comprise 23% of our survey respondents. These interactive charts explore what sets SDIs apart from the average respondent.

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Keyword MIT, Sustainability, Triple Bottom Line, Industry, Environmental Economics
Date Of Record Creation 2019-01-26 19:50:21
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Date Last Modified 3/23/2017 9:41
Language English
Date Record Checked: 3/23/2017 9:37 (W3C-DTF)

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