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Lars Moratis
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Research column

October 2, 2019

By Lars Moratis

Shaping sustainable business through conversation

Sustainable Transformation

What is the purpose of a company? It is a fundamental question in the history of thinking about business. It is also a question that, against the background of the increasing attention for sustainability that we have witnessed over the years, has only become more and more relevant. If

Research column

December 5, 2018

By Lars Moratis

Do Belgian organizations embrace the SDGs?

Sustainable Transformation

How do Belgian companies and organizations handle the SDGs now and how can they do more in the future? This research question was the basis of the SDG Barometer, which was elaborated by Antwerp Management School together with Louvain School of Management & the University of Antwerp. The

Opinion

January 11, 2018

By Lars Moratis

Sustainability’s echo chamber

Sustainable Transformation

Reflecting on 2017, I think it is fair to say that in our ambition of creating a better world, we, sustainability propagators, have made some progress. Still, for most of us, this progress is far from sufficient – and the pace at which the development towards a more sustainable society

Expertise

April 21, 2017

By Lars Moratis

A structured CSR policy in 7 steps

Sustainable Transformation

In 2017 it is vital that companies be sustainable. Sustainability is not just about company car emissions, but the whole production process and business strategy. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a company’s strategy for assessing and taking responsibility for its impact on the

Expertise

January 18, 2017

By Lars Moratis

Sustainability reporting: quo vadis?

Sustainable Transformation

It is doubted by few that reporting on finance only provides a restricted image of what goes on within companies. Non-financial information is consequently getting increasingly important when assessing the performance of companies, their potential and the risk profiles they come with.