Corpus ID: 19020970

Finding Balanced Synergies - Putting Resilient Sustainability into Business and Technical Strategy

@inproceedings{Winnard2015FindingBS,
  title={Finding Balanced Synergies - Putting Resilient Sustainability into Business and Technical Strategy},
  author={Julie Winnard and Jacquetta Lee and David Skipp and Andy Adcroft},
  year={2015}
}
Whilst some pioneer businesses have integrated sustainability into their fundamental strategic decisions this can be a difficult task. Our recent review indicates a blend of both sustainability and resilience is needed, to ensure the reliable synergy of reduced impacts and improved performance which make up sustainable business. This is supported by recent evidence that organisations which do implement such Resilient Sustainability flourish compared to their peers, by benefiting from better… Expand
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