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Community Impact: Insights from the Strategic Community Impact Symposium

Becoming involved in the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals can help companies boost employee engagement, increase brand value and customer loyalty, build trust, and reinforce the social contract with society.

Conference KeyNotes | 20 pages | April 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

CEO Challenge 2017: Meeting the Sustainability Challenge

The sustainability challenge for businesses in 2017 is to embed sustainability into performance measurement and strategy and to recognize sustainability as a potential growth driver, say CEOs responding to our annual survey.

Briefing | 25 pages | February 2017 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Sustainability Practices Dashboard

The Conference Board Sustainability Practices Dashboard analyzes the most recent disclosure of environmental and social practices by public companies around the world.

Report | 24 pages | December 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Building Strong Communities: Community Investment Trends in Canada’s Financial Services Sector

This report examines community investment trends in the Canadian financial services sector over the last decade, provides benchmarking information, and identifies emerging trends and opportunities in community investment.

Report | 54 pages | November 2016 | Sally Crane | The Conference Board of Canada

Édifier des collectivités fortes : Les investissements communautaires du secteur canadien des services financiers

Ce rapport examine les tendances des investissements communautaires dans le secteur canadien des services financiers ces dix dernières années, fournit des données comparatives et recense les nouvelles tendances et possibilités.

Résumé | 59 pages | November 2016 | Sally Crane | Le Conference Board du Canada

20 Truths about Corporate Philanthropy

When 46 experts met to discuss corporate social responsibility and sustainability at the Strategic Community Impact Symposium in New York City, we took notes. Here are the highlights.

Conference KeyNotes | 12 pages | November 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

25 Truths about Sustainability: Insights from the Sustainability Summit

There’s good and bad news in sustainability. Good: more businesses are taking sustainability seriously. Bad: for many, “growth” still means “selling more product.” The solution: sustainable innovations that also drive business growth.

Conference Keynotes | 15 pages | August 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Business Matters: CRS and the Saskatchewan Plan for Growth

How is corporate responsibility and sustainability (CRS) faring in Saskatchewan? This report looks at the province’s situation and compares it with the Saskatchewan Plan for Growth: Vision 2020 and Beyond.

Report | 58 pages | May 2016 | Yvonne Ndelle, Roger Francis | The Conference Board of Canada

Une question d’affaires : Les initiatives de responsabilité sociale et de durabilité et le Plan de croissance de la Saskatchewan

Quid des initiatives de responsabilité sociale et de durabilité en Saskatchewan? Ce rapport fait le point sur la situation et la compare avec le Plan de croissance de la Saskatchewan. Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d'une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Résumé | 62 pages | May 2016 | Roger Francis, Yvonne Ndelle | Le Conference Board du Canada

The 2015 Strategic Community Impact Symposium.
Putting It All Together—Employee Engagement, Innovative Approaches, Sustainable Outcomes

Companies used to show they cared by writing checks. Today, their societal missions are far-reaching and intensive. Why? Millennials demand it, the world needs it, and safe and prosperous communities benefit business.

Report | 8 pages | March 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Measuring the Performance and Business Value of Product Stewardship

Left undetected, poor product stewardship performance can increase risks, regulatory fines, or restrictions; harm a company's reputation; and negatively affect operating costs as well as relationships with suppliers and customers.

Report | 18 pages | March 2016 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Enhancing Collaboration in International Disasters: Canadian Businesses and Humanitarian Organizations

This briefing details the findings of a Conference Board of Canada research project that sought to identify ways to enhance collaboration between humanitarian organizations and companies in Canada.

Briefing | 32 pages | November 2015 | Michael Bassett | The Conference Board of Canada

Accroître la collaboration en cas de catastrophe à l’étranger : Entreprises canadiennes et organismes humanitaires

Le présent rapport expose en détail les résultats d’un projet de recherche du Conference Board du Canada visant à déterminer les moyens de favoriser la collaboration entre les organismes humanitaires et les sociétés canadiennes.

Note de recherche | 40 pages | November 2015 | Michael Bassett | Le Conference Board du Canada

Développement des capacités : des partenariats efficaces entre Autochtones et entreprises

Ce rapport traite des avantages sociaux et économiques offerts par les partenariats entre les entreprises et les collectivités métisses et des Premières Nations, des défis à relever à cet égard, et des domaines requérant un développement des capacités. Il présente aussi des recommandations à l’intention des parties prenantes.

Résumé | 4 pages | October 2015 | Jessica Brichta, Michelle Parkouda | Le Conference Board du Canada

Developing Partnership Capacity: The Rewards of Effective Business-Aboriginal Partnerships

Developing Capacity explores the economic and social benefits of partnerships between First Nations and Métis communities and industry, challenges to overcome, areas where more capacity development is needed, and recommendations for key stakeholders.

Report | 78 pages | October 2015 | Jessica Brichta, Michelle Parkouda | The Conference Board of Canada

La gestion de la réputation dans les municipalités canadiennes : étude comparative

Ce rapport présente les tendances et les pratiques exemplaires en matière de gestion de la réputation des municipalités canadiennes, en utilisant les constatations du 2014 Canadian Municipal Reputation Management Survey.

Résumé | 6 pages | September 2015 | Jessica Edge | Le Conference Board du Canada

Reputation Management in Canadian Municipalities: Benchmarking Report

This report outlines trends and best practices in reputation management in Canadian municipalities, using findings from the 2014 Canadian Municipal Reputation Management Survey.

Report | 62 pages | September 2015 | Jessica Edge | The Conference Board of Canada

Colocalisation et commercialisation : Le parc de l’innovation de l’Université McMaster

La colocalisation des entreprises et des chercheurs joue un rôle important dans la commercialisation de la recherche. Le parc McMaster en illustre parfaitement les avantages et se trouve à la pointe de l’innovation en matière de commercialisation.

Résumé | 2 pages | September 2015 | Mark Robbins | Le Conference Board du Canada

Public Affairs Reputation Management: Benchmarking Report

This report provides an overview of the reputation management activities of Canadian firms, including trends and best practices, based on the 2014 Canadian Public Affairs Reputation Management Survey results.

Report | 64 pages | September 2015 | Jessica Edge | The Conference Board of Canada

La gestion de la réputation par les relations publiques : Étude comparative

Ce rapport donne un aperçu des activités de gestion de la réputation des entreprises canadiennes ainsi que des tendances et des pratiques exemplaires en la matière, d’après les résultats du Sondage sur la gestion de la réputation par les services de relations publiques canadiens 2014. Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d'une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Rapport | 71 pages | September 2015 | Jessica Edge | Le Conference Board du Canada

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