ESG Critical Capabilities
CRITICAL CAPABILITIES AND THEIR PRIORITIES
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Warrant that your design monitors ESG regulations, trends, best practices and competitors initiatives to inform ongoing ESG data management and disclosure processes and supports GHG inventory and climate risk analysis.
Ready to use prioritized ESG requirements, to:
- See the future of ESG risk management unfolding in the near future.
- Incorporate ESG matters into your risk management framework and investment process.
- Contribute to portfolio companies management of ESG-related risks and opportunities.
- Identify and manage material ESG-related risks and use ESG factors to create value.
- Incorporate ESG factors into your strategy and as a part of your risk analysis.
- Plan on integrating ESG factors and scenario analysis into your investment decision making process.
- Contribute to taking ESG issues into account, in terms of risks and opportunities, in the companies in your portfolio.
- Incorporate ESG issues into your own internal decision making.
- Define value chains and production networks.
- Approach the due diligence process with respect to ESG issues.
The Art of Service has identified and prioritized ESG critical capabilities and use cases to assess and use. Leaders can select those results that best align with their business needs before implementing a solution.
The Art of Service's Critical Capabilities evaluates and prioritizes hundreds of results to help with the outcome selection process.
This Critical Capabilities guide will enable leaders to shortlist hundreds of appropriate results fast, because they are uniquely ready-to-use prioritized, starting with the 'Must Have' category; the most urgent and critical priorities.
This Guide will help you plan and manage your ESG roadmap.
Table Of Contents
About The Art of Service
ESG Critical Capabilities, Meaningful Metrics And Their Prioritization
Prioritization Of Requirements
The Prioritization Categories Are:
- Must Have
- Should Have
- Ought to Have
- Might Have
- Could Have
Use In New Product/Service/Process Development
The Critical ESG Capabilities And Their Priorities:
- Priority - Must Have #
- Priority - Should Have #
- Priority - Ought to Have #
- Priority - Might Have #
- Priority - Could Have #
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