“Here’s an overlooked metric among the hundreds available for evaluating how sustainable a company is: The ability to scale change far beyond its own organization,” Cary Krosinsky writes for Bloomberg.
“The model sustainable company generally looks like this. It has a phenomenal track record of stock growth and a full bucket of cash. It militantly roots out inefficiency from its operations and supply chain and invents new products that take into account social change and resource availability,” Krosinsky writes. “It increases the transparency of its operations and invites outside scrutiny to make sure it’s in compliance with the highest legal and social standards.”
Krosinsky writes, “Factor in the ability to scale change and the rankings change dramatically. The model company, in short, might be Apple.”
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