Clear goals, follow-up and reporting are key success factors for a structured approach to sustainability and social responsibility. Really successful companies and organisations are those who incorporate sustainability as an inherent part of their strategies and goals.
Sustainable organizational development therefore implies the implementation of a development project, where economical, social and environmental aspects are identified and analyzed for the development of a sustainability strategy where economical, social and environmental goals are in balance.
Such projects include the development of strategies with clear organizational structures, priorities, splits of responsibilities, defined goals and plans for inplementation and follow-up. Strategy development should be driven internally by the organization’s own staff, while Nestor assists with methods and tools such as interviews, workshop meetings and coaching. Our role is to help by providing structure and a defined process for the work on sustainability and social responsibility. For the introduction of social and environmental perspectives in the organization’s regular development process, Nestor provides tools and methods which are based on the standard ISO 26000 – Guidance on social responsibility.