The rules of the game for value creation is changing! Business models are amid reinvention to better meet the needs of today and tomorrow. To be robust and protect against future risks and disruptions, a broader range of capitals must be incorporated in corporate strategy and decision-making.
Pioneering companies globally are already applying a variety of new approaches to measure and value the social and environmental impacts of their business activities to connect the dots between business, social and environmental performance. A better understanding of impacts and dependencies on all types of capitals, and the costs and benefits of these, help demonstrate the real value of the company for society and lay the grounds for more robust decision-making by highlighting future risks and opportunities.
Anne Louise will talk about 5 key insights to realize tomorrow’s value.
Anne Louise Koefoed is a Principal Researcher in DNV GL Strategic Research and Innovation, Climate Action programme.
Anne Louise is widely engaged in projects and topics related to: the creation of the green, climate economy; energy transition; transformation of markets and business towards sustainable practice; integration of non-financial capitals; and impacts in decision-making. She focuses on the dynamics of innovation processes and the co-evolution of technologies, markets and institutions, and regulatory intelligence. Anne Louise previously worked at the BI Norwegian Business School, department of Innovation and Economic Organization, and was also associated with the Centre for Energy Studies working on research projects focusing on energy sector-related environmental issues, innovation processes and factors driving environmental transformation in the energy/electricity sector, policy frameworks and strategies for renewable energy promotion and technology development. She has a PhD in innovation and entrepreneurship and a MSc degree in energy and environmental management.