Sustainability - What Does it Mean to Us
Our Strategic Plan, which has been designed to steer our business for the next three years, is underpinned by four key themes: competitiveness, controlled growth, innovation, and sustainability.
The inclusion of a sustainability theme recognises that the world, and therefore our market, is moving rapidly to a position from which all initiatives will be determined on the basis of their capacity to contribute to sustainability objectives. Our strategic focus recognises that this shift in global value systems is permanent, gaining momentum and of sufficient magnitude to require a proportionate response from pitt&sherry.
This decision is not just reactionary. pitt&sherry has a human face. We are a group of people, with our own families, and thus our own hopes and aspirations for future generations.
As an organisation we have a responsibility, and the opportunity, to contribute to the improvement of community social and environmental outcomes through our work and performance as an economic entity.
How do we do this? We do this by reinforcing our existing culture of valuing our people, helping them develop, maximising their opportunities, encouraging workplace diversity, work life balance and community engagement, and by integrating ecological and social objectives within our projects, to the benefit of our clients, and the communities in which they operate.
This is what Sustainability means to pitt&sherry. We are sincere in our desire to show leadership and, through our business activities, maximise our positive impact on the communities within which we live and work.
Whilst we canít do everything, we can do something, in proportion to our capacity as an organisation of around 200 committed and creative people.