Measuring the Non-tangibles
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) studies
Investment in social causes will remain ironically inefficient unless the social sector comes up with transparent ways to measure, monitor and report resource mobilisation and impact. Corporate Social Responsibility has become an important fragment of social development framework and business performance, globally and especially in an Emerging Market like India where it’s legal compliance matter.
Investors in for-profit companies have clear measures of company performance in meeting their economic objectives. However, the effectiveness of investments for social causes is more difficult to measure, since the visibility of impact is long term.
The concept of “Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)” is the one in which socio-economic results are quantified together with traditional financial measures.
This workshop is dedicated to train people to measure the non-tangibles and form relevant indicators.
CSR 2.0 Law
Concepts of collecting data, analysing and presentation
Building indicators - backward integration/ forward integration
Developing ESG report
CSR and Sustainability Heads
Financial Analyst for ESG
Graduate students from Finance, Engineering or Social work