Road map for the future

Research of the Sustainability University en Nyenrode Business University is offering a road map heading for the work of the future. TheRockGroup has helped making this road map and writing the complementary articles. According to a manual with pragmatic tips and concrete examples the research shows how professionals can use and develop their transition skills…

Issue killers ‘kill’ inequality

A new group of Issue Killer trainees is ready to tackle societal problems! Mass extinction, discrimination, economic inequality, overconsumption and climate crisis are themes the trainees will have a positive influence on. The specific theme of this year on which the Issue Killer trainees will focus is ‘inequality’. In 12 weeks time they will put…

BLOG | Microplastics in the textile sector

Is your recycled jacket a source of microplastics? We tend to be blinded to unintended negative consequences when we search for silver bullets. We forget that measures can have significant positive effects while producing some negative ones. As a result, it is critical to managing both the intended positive effects and the unintended negative ones.…

BLOG | CSRD is forcing sustainability managers to reach out to other people

The EU’s proposed Corporate Social Responsibility Directive (CSRD) introduces new sustainability reporting rules for listed or large companies. Reporting, though, is only part of the story. The CSRD will also require companies to look at their processes, roles & responsibilities. This will inevitably have repercussions on the role of the sustainability manager. This blog looks…

BLOG | CSRD – Doubling down on CSR strategies

The EU’s proposed Corporate Social Responsibility Directive (CSRD) introduces new sustainability reporting rules for listed or large companies. Reporting, though, is only the end of the story. Stories start with identifying the main characters. For CSRD, this means asking what sustainability topics play the biggest role in a company and take centre stage in its…