Valuing social, environmental, tax and economic impacts means that business is now able to compare the total impacts of their decisions and manage the trade-offs.
See examples of companies that already recognise the potential in evaluating a broader range of impacts.
187 CEOs shared their views on total impact. Take a look at what they have to say.
Explore why delivering ‘good’ growth is the way forward and how knowing ‘good’ from ‘bad’ can transform business.
Business faces complex decisions everyday. But how do they evaluate the optimal approach? Or understand which of their stakeholders are affected by their choices?
Malcolm Preston, Global Sustainability leader,
shows how TIMM can present the trade-offs and support Board decision making.
Total impact – a new language for business
Measure your business’s social, environmental, tax and economic impacts, to see the trade-offs, make decisions optimal and manage stakeholders
Measuring and managing total impact - strengthening business decisions for business leaders
By valuing social, environmental, tax and economic impacts, business leaders are now able to compare the total impacts of their strategies.
Tourism: managing your total impact
Managing your total impact is a must. Financial metrics are part of the picture. PwC takes a closer look at tourism. What sort of hotel would you build?
Total impact is on the CEO agenda
CEOs are rethinking how they measure their business performance. Making the right decision needs more than financials, it’s about total impact.
Total impact approach: What CEOs think
187 CEOs shared their views on total impact
Good Growth - what does it look like?
Is ‘good’ growth the expected norm? Looking at growth from a total impact perspective means decisions are made with more holistic information and ‘good’ growth becomes easier to spot.