BMA was founded upon developing a world-class benchmarking methodology that assists firms in understanding and improving their operational performance. Over the past two decades, BMA has continually updated and improved the benchmarking methodology and most recently has expanded its scope to measure company performance holistically. Aligned with a focus on supporting and driving continuous improvement, BMA’s sustainability benchmarking methodology seeks to assist firms in understanding their performance against key sustainability metrics and allows firms to track their performance on an annualised basis while comparing themselves against peer organisations.
Based on the Triple Bottom Line concept, the customise sustainability benchmarking assessment is focused on providing client firms with a clear and holistic understanding of their strengths and weaknesses. The analysis undertaken is in relation to three crucial focus areas:
In addition, the sustainability benchmarking approach provides insight into the ability of clients to satisfy their customers and meet and exceed competitor performance levels.
The methodology analyses and considers key outcomes and related performance metrics for each focus area, as well as the linked and necessary practices and culture required at firms to ensure sustainability in a continually changing, developing and challenging global environment.
The sustainability benchmarking assessment process comprises several key components:
- Data gathering and verification
- Practices and culture valuation
- Customer survey
- Data processing and analysis
- Final report and major findings feedback
Firms interesting in finding out more or scheduling a BMA Sustainability Benchmark can do so by contacting: email@example.com