This module equips the participants with the competency to form sustainable management systems that incorporates functional areas of operations the organization’s sustainability and business strategies. The need to revamp the old, traditional value chains is discussed with the end in view of adopting a sustainable value chain that propels the organization to achieve its sustainability goals and objectives.
The module is divided into four (4) sessions with distinct but interrelated topics and activities: namely: Nature of Sustainability Accounting and Finance; Sustainability Balanced Scorecard: A new Framework for Measuring Sustainability Performance; Sustainability Reporting : An overview of GRI and SEC Guidelines; Writing a Sustainability Report of a chosen Company
January 9, 16, 23, 30
1200 to 2000
4 hours synchronous | 4 hours asynchronous
At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:
Understand the differentiating features of Sustainability Accounting and Finance.
Understand and apply the Sustainability Balanced Scorecard in measuring the company’s performance in its sustainability initiatives.
Apply the SEC guidelines in developing a Sustainability Report to the chosen company.
Day 1: The Nature of Sustainability and Finance
The Differentiating Features of Sustainability Accounting and Finance
The Closed Loop Supply Chain Perspective
The link between stakeholder analysis and engagement and decision-making
The alignment of social and environmental performance indicators
with cost and quality and other traditional performance metrics
Day 2: The Sustainability Balanced Scorecard - A New Framework of Measuring Sustainability Performance
The link between Materiality Assessment with Value chain analysis
Using Stakeholder Analysis and Engagement in Materiality Assessment
The process of Revamping the value chain based on Materiality Assessment
Day 3: Sustainability Reporting - An Overview of GRI and SEC Frameworks and Guidelines
The Benefits of Sustainability Reporting
The 17 Sustainability Development Goals (SDG’s)
The Different Frameworks in Writing a Sustainability Framework
Day 4: Writing a Sustainability Report
Guidelines in Writing a Sustainability Report
Characteristics of a Sound and Compliant Sustainability Report
A Critique of a Sample Company Sustainability Report
Dr. Juan Reyes teaches Strategy and Sustainability Education in various universities. He is the President and CEO of Eco-Life Foundation Inc., wherein he has been involved in various projects related to sustainability education and consultancy. He also pioneered in the sustainability projects, among which have won several international recognition and awards. Currently, he is assisting publicly-listed companies in preparation of their sustainability reports required by the Securities and Exchange Commission.