Critics are raving about the Green Research sustainability executive survey:
“When it was all over, I felt exhausted, but also possessed of a strange need to scream, or laugh, or run all the way home, or pick up parked cars and flip them over.” — Peter Bradshaw, Guardian UK
“It’s about corporate manners—the protocols of hierarchy, the rituals of power, and, most of all, the difficulty of confronting flagrant habits of speculation with truth.” — David Denby, New Yorker
“Surely such an ordinary man could not have written these masterpieces.” — Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
“…it shows a clear kinship with other eccentric, permanent works of the American imagination…” — A.O. Scott, New York Times
I admit that I’ve taken these quotes out of context, and that they have nothing to do with our survey. But my point is that executives actually like filling out our survey. Why? Because it is thought provoking. It asks smart questions. And it gives you a sense of what your peers are asking about. We also provide an executive summary of the survey highlights to participants who want it.
Your individual responses remain anonymous: we only report on the aggregated results.
So if you are a senior sustainability executive, are not already on our list (you know it if you are) and would like to receive our upcoming sustainability executive survey, please drop me a line from your work e-mail address today: dschatsky at greenresearch.com