Best Practices in Sustainable Business Design

Operational Strategies holds sustainability as one of our most important core values. Sustainability means many different things to different people. At Operational Strategies we break sustainability into three distinct, yet highly connected categories:

Operational Sustainability

If your organization does not have a sustainable and profitable revenue source, any mission based goals become unachievable. That’s not to say the following concepts can’t help you create a profitable revenue stream, but you must build a solid business model as your organizational foundation. Our Leadership Workshops can help you identify key concepts to improve operational sustainability and maximize profitability.

Environmental Sustainability

Being green doesn’t have to be painful. In fact, it often starts with producing noticeable savings as we help you simplify and maximize resource allocation. Power, energy, and water are just part of conscientious facilities management. Understanding you and your employees’ relationship with consumables, work spaces, transportation, real estate, meals, and almost every facet of a successful work day can provide opportunities for greater environmental responsibility and potential savings.

Social Sustainability

Your organization is not an island unto itself. Every day involves complex interactions with a variety of stakeholders such as: the community, employees, customers, supply chain partners, governmental entities, and philanthropic organizations. Our Human Resource specialists have decades of experience creating positive organizational development for a happier and more engaged work force. Learn other ways to create greater social sustainability by contacting us today.

Building an effective Sustainability Initiative involves addressing the way you produce and spend revenue; use energy and environmental resources; and engage your employees, customers, and community.

Do you want to learn how your business can achieve sustainability?  Call today to schedule a meeting with a member of our team, and we will provide you with an informative and free mini business assessment.  We look forward to hearing from you.