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7 Forces Creating Shared Value in Every Business Strategy

The strategic conversation has shifted.  The time has come to realize that obsessing about quarterly results won't build an enduring company.  Businesses still just creating three to five year strategic plans miss opportunities and put their organizations at risk.

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The strategic conversation has shifted. The time has come to realize that obsessing about quarterly results won't build an enduring company. Businesses still just creating three to five year strategic plans miss opportunities and put their organizations at risk. Forward-thinking leaders shape the future by achieving results in the short-term while building the foundation for opportunities in the longer term. Organizations such as Unilever, Coca-Cola, Nike, and Marks and Spencer find ways to create greater value for their companies by creating value for society.

How Nike's New App Could Disrupt Your Industry

Nike recently launched a free app available for designers and consumers to use to compare the environmental impacts of various fabrics such as silk, polypropylene, leather, linen and more.  Using cotton as a comparison material, users can see ratings under categories of chemistry, water, energy and greenhouse gas emissions, waste, recycled, organic and a basic material score.  I’ve downloaded the app and discovered that “the touch, the feel of cotton” gets rather beat up in the scoring.  Spandex does even worse since it produces 158% more waste than cotton and silk uses 50% l

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Nike recently launched a free app available for designers and consumers to use to compare the environmental impacts of various fabrics such as silk, polypropylene, leather, linen and more. Using cotton as a comparison material, users can see ratings under categories of chemistry, water, energy and greenhouse gas emissions, waste, recycled, organic and a basic material score. I’ve downloaded the app and discovered that “the touch, the feel of cotton” gets rather beat up in the scoring. Spandex does even worse since it produces 158% more waste than cotton and silk uses 50% less water than cotton.
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