Green, sustainable development, and ESG have exploded in Taiwan in recent years. There are a wide variety of sustainability awards, whether from associations or magazines. But it is very interesting: the winners are always those companies. A small number of business owners who did not win an award would scold their employees when they came back: "Why do others keep winning? How do we get an award?" Most of the business owners who did not win an award come back and say to their employees, "Companies that make money are the ones who make money. If we have the ability to do ESG, we should hurry up and make money!” Regardless of the rationality of the award establishment mechanism, whether to charge high entry fees, and whether winning the award is greenwashing, what we should be curious about is: Are companies doing ESG? Is it everyone doing it,
or is it only the few winners who do it? The sustainable development of Taiwanese enterprises has officially entered the "M-shaped society". There are three symptoms. S&P Dow Jones Indices (S&P Dow Jones Indices), Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI), FTSE Russell (FTSE Russell), etc. score companies' ESG performance, and then compile ESG indexes to fund companies around the world, Top investors, mega institutions, funds managed by super-rich wedding photo retouching services family offices, and local early stage companies are scrambling to compete, and they have become constituent stocks based on various ESG financial products in the market. These are shining "M-type right-end gifted students". Some of the local companies in the latter part of the class pretended to be asleep and couldn't wake up, and some were only ready to leave because of the regulations and the fire had burned to the door. The sad thing is that they finally tried to leave, but found that their feet were numb and could not move.
So it became the "M-shaped left end". If you are the boss or the person in charge of a sustainable unit who wants to overtake in a corner and beat the ESG first class, the next series of articles will give you a prescription for foot numbness. I will use some actual cases of enterprises. Describe the real problems faced by the company in the simplest and most vernacular way, and propose the most suitable solutions possible to help you turn into an adult. The process of turning into an adult is very hard, except that Tie Niu Yun Gong San must be equipped with warm water, which requires a lot of effort from you and the concerted efforts of everyone. What I can promise is that you don't need to pursue any foreign certification like others. You have to live out the ESG that suits you best. As long as you want to move, we will start immediately. Symptoms of numbness in the feet of companies doing ESG: "Organization" is numb In ESG, the three aspects of environment, society and corporate governance are usually