to give you some BASICS before you GET  STARTED!


CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) is the contribution made by companies to sustainable development.

Companies must consider the impacts made by their activities on the ecosystem.

There are three essential pillars: Planet, People and Profit (3Ps) to reconcile, for sustainable development. All of them need to be taken into account when adopting a regulatory approach to the subject.


And how to shape a CSR strategy?

A framework was defined by the UN in 2015 around the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

They respond to the 17 priorities set out in the 2030 Agenda, broken down into 169 targets (or sub-objectives) backed up by a list of 214 statistical or qualitative indicators.


And applied to digital?

A preliminary perimeter exercise.

Objective: identify the pitch, the players, the rules, the referees, the supporters, the partners, etc.

Result: on the scoreboard, workplace, infrastructure, applications, data, but also teams, geography, governance, uses, investments, purchases, suppliers, etc.


Extensive scope and multi-criteria areas of analysis mean a plethora of heterogeneous data to handle.

An impact measurement combines a mix of quantitative and qualitative data and a complementarity of external references, other customer sources and consolidated historical data.


Let’s not hide behind the uncertainties of measurement!

The fact of having a rating already allows us to set an order of magnitude and consider possibilities for progress.

Starting with virtuous practices that can be implemented and the acts of sobriety that can be initiated.