19 March 2012 – Report
Through the first four phases of Rate the Raters, we heard perspectives from numerous companies on sustainability rankings, and incorporated a few of these within our reviews. We certainly heard a great deal concerning the things rankings must do better (greater transparency, more feedback, etc.). Yet, we completed phase four missing an organized take on how rankings are used by, and creating value for, companies. We thus put down in phase five to higher know how information mill using and becoming value from rankings, and questioned nearly 30 companies along the way.
We spoken with people accountable for controlling the rankings process within these businesses and requested them the next questions: Which rankings, ratings and indices would you prioritize and why?How has your method of controlling rankings developed over last 5 years?How can you use rankings inside your work?How can you get value from rankings?What and just how would you communicate about rankings for your non-sustainability
co-workers?How could rankings create more quality for the work?
We present the popular features of our conversations within this paper.
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