Asia Publications

2017

  1. Sustainability Practices in Asia-Pacific

    We analyze the 2015 disclosure of environmental and social practices by public companies in 12 Asia-Pacific markets: Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.

    (Research Report, May 2017)

  2. Sustainability Practices in Asia-Pacific Dashboard

    Data on 95 environmental and social practices can be segmented by 12 Asia-Pacific economies, 10 sectors, and three revenue groups.

    (Excel Database, May 2017)

  3. Socially Minded: Convincing the C-suite of Social Media's Benefits

    Understand the range of benefits that social media can bring to companies across industries and why the C-suite should be on board.

    (Key Business Issues, May 2017)

  4. China Center Data Flash: Growth peaked in Q1 but is likely to remain steady for a while

    Leading economic indicators including the official PMI and PPI, as well as The Conference Board LEI, all suggest that China's growth over the short term peaked in Q1.

    (China Center Publications, May 2017)

  5. Socially Minded: Voice of the C-suite: Ram Krishnan, Chief Customer Officer, PepsiCo

    In this Q&A, Ram Krishnan, chief customer officer of PepsiCo, weighs in on the role social media plays in communications and marketing at his company. 

    (Case Studies, May 2017)

  6. Socially Minded: Voice of the C-suite: Eric Dale, Chief Legal Officer, Nielsen

    In this Q&A, Eric Dale, chief legal officer at Nielsen, talks about some of his company's social media risk mitigation strategies.

    (Case Studies, May 2017)

  7. Socially Minded: Can Social Media Help CEOs Be More Strategic? (CEO Overview)

    Understand the range of benefits that social media can bring to companies across industries and why the C-suite should be on board.

    (Key Business Issues, May 2017)

  8. Human Capital Analytics @ Work,Volume 2

    Our discussions with practitioners at leading organizations (including GM, Shell, Verizon, and NSA) and review of HCA surveys and literature reveal that the gap between what organizations could do and are doing is shrinking. 

    (Research Report, May 2017)

  9. Business Transformation and the Circular Economy: A Candid Look at Risks and Rewards

    Resource constraints and evolving customer pressures are spurring companies to transition from a “take, make, waste” linear economy to one that more closely aligns with a “take waste, make value” circular economy. 

    (Key Business Issues, May 2017)

  10. Business Transformation and the Circular Economy: CEO Implications

    Resource constraints and evolving customer pressures are spurring companies to transition from a “take, make, waste” linear economy to one that more closely aligns with a “take waste, make value” circular economy. 

    (Key Business Issues, May 2017)