Companies are not succulently communicating their sustainability performance to investors, colleagues nor the public and not linking this performance to shareholder value. Much like a new swimmer jumping off dock and no way to get our of the river. However, stronger internal engagement between functional groups, business operations, procurement and investor relations/executives or Board can drive sustainability/ESG strategy. Companies often begin this trek by over communicating un-sustainable promises or ones with hollow value (better known

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Veritatis Insights considers the economic rebound principal known as 'Jevons Paradox' as it applies to a widely known product, Scottish Whiskey. Scotlands fine whiskey industry is an example of the consumption and manufacturing cycle described herein. We can consider the implications to energy and resource efficiency, waste production and by-products as a CEO or Board of Directors. Legend credits Irish monks with whiskey’s invention. Traveling in the Middle East during the Crusades, they realized the copper

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Managing Risk and the sport of Open Water Marathon Swimming ... You would be surprised to learn of the correlation between managing risk and the sport of Open Water Marathon Swimming.   This exploding sport, fueled by triathletes, but started by a hardy core of tougher swimmers that embrace speedo only rules in cold water to build character and resilience not often found today. Many of these OW swimmers are surprisingly corporate leaders, business savvy

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