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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Sustainability in the Beverage Industry 2025

Title:
Sustainability in the Beverage Industry 2025

Abstract:
In order to help beverage companies better plan for the future, the scenarios framework enables you to consider potential or emerging events and pattern them in a way that allows systematic evaluation and better identification and management of future risk.

This framework also allows you to consider potential, plausible circumstances that do not exist today, but may emerge in the future--circumstances that could have a profound effect on the success and effectiveness of your current strategies. This planning process could then better direct your intelligence gathering, providing direction on key watch-points and potential significant points of impact to your resources, and to your overall business.

This framework has been distilled into an easy-to-use toolkit, containing more detailed information about each of the scenarios and executive level information to facilitate team planning processes and strategy formulation for your business.

URL:
http://www.bieroundtable.com/future-scenarios

Source:
Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
2017

Associated Sectors:

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