Questions leaders ask as they chart sustainability strategies

March 17, 2006 · by DesignIntelligence

A. How do you define sustainability? How would you define it for your clients?

B. How can you instill sustainability as a firm-wide practice?

C. How will you set targets and track progress for the coming year?

D. How will you add strategic value to your clients projects?

E. How are you preparing the next generation to lead?

F. How do you plan to foster the fiscal, social, and environmental sustainability of the firm?

G. How will you improve overall sustainability results while lowering costs?

Source: DesignIntelligence

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