Corporate Reporting and Management Systems

In today’s business environment, where organisations are beginning to realize the importance of finding the right balance between financial, social, and environmental priorities, a carefully orchestrated Sustainability Services Matrix is vital for long-term success. It is most effective when aligned and integrated with existing strategic initiatives and coordinated with an intelligent approach to the related risks and
rewards. The Centre helps clients to successfully manage Environmental performance and ESG (Environment, Social and Corporate Governance)
disclosures. The team has the experience and domain knowledge in several
industries to assist companies in embedding corporate responsibility into business activities wherever they operate. The Centre supports efforts to deliver long-term sustainable value to the company and its stakeholders. In addition, the Centre's professional teams can help with best practice mapping; assess business-related risks and opportunities; and help to develop sound and responsible corporate business strategies.


Diagnostics is considered an optimum tool to enable organisations to identify areas for improvements (gaps) risks and priorities. The Centre uses leading international guidelines for gap analysis based on Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), ISO26000, GHG Protocol, Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) guidelines and other standards in order to provide each company with the
most appropriate analysis.

Process Improvement:

The Centre helps public & private sector companies build capabilities required to achieve operational excellence across their entire value chain, and design broad- based programmes that drive sustainable improvements.
Services include:
• Operations performance through assessments and recommendations
• Standard process improvement on Energy, Environment, Waste, Safety Performance and ESG Disclosures
• Operations excellence capability development and dashboard tracking performance.

Implementing Changes:

The Centre helps companies to implement solutions required to achieve operational excellence across their entire value chain. The services include:

• Implementing Global Standards- ISO 14001, ISO 18001, ISO 50001,ISO 20400, ISO 31000
• Strategic handholding of Project teams on Sustainability performance improvement.

• Implementing sectoral Standards-Aluminium Stewardship, Cement

Organisational Effectiveness:

The centre helps companies to embed sustainability principles in the core of their strategy, operations and culture to make sustainability a source of ongoing and increasing value.
• Develop a sustainability & ESG strategy
• Organize for success in sustainability: Improve ESG scores and ratings, align, impact metrics and incentives, leadership alignment and support

Sustainability Disclosures:

Through customized advisory services, the Centre helps companies to report their ESG performamce that enables improved access to capital, assured credibility and enhanced value
• Materiality Assessments and Benchmarking
• Reporting (GRI, CDP, SASB, TCFD, DJSI etc.)

DMRC Case Study:

Organisations cannot control energy prices, government policies or the global economy, but they can improve the way they manage energy within the organisation. Improved energy performance can provide rapid benefits for an organisation by maximizing the use of its energy
sources and energy-related assets, thus reducing both energy cost and consumption. In line with this strategy, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has ensured that all their stations and trains are at their efficient best with the latest available technology. To ensure that one of the most indispensable sources of nature is efficiently utilised, it is required to have best Energy Management Systems (EnMS-ISO 50001) designed, established and implemented to operate and maintain assets seamlessly. DMRC decided to implement EnMS for 150+ metro stations in their network and is one of the world’s first and only Mass Rapid Transportation System with the EnMS certification. EnMS required initial diagnostics activity to identify the gap between present activities and actions required to manage the system as per the standard. Energy Policy and Energy Review /Analysis, the most important activities, were performed at each station level. Comprehensive awareness trainings, internal auditors’ trainings, regular interactions and
internal audits were carried out while implementing this system along with the respective officers at stations.

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August 24, 2020
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