Enel embeds sustainability into its business model via integrated thinking

Posted
16 February, 2022

The <IR> Business Network’s Integrated Thinking & Strategy Group publishes its latest case study on integrated thinking in action from Enel


Providing gas and electricity in more than 30 countries across five continents, Enel, the Italian multinational energy company, has developed a business model that promotes the UN Sustainable Development Goals. To achieve those goals, Enel adopted an integrated thinking process. To put the process to work within its organization, Enel developed an ESG integrated thinking management system that guides the company towards its aim of creating sustainable long-term value for all of its stakeholders.

To embed sustainability into Enel’s business model, the organization also embarked on a thorough cultural change effort, which played a critical role in Enel’s ability to create a fully integrated sustainable business model.

Read the case study in full and find out more about Enel’s motivations, approach and success in achieving its purpose with integrated thinking.

The Business Network’s Integrated Thinking & Strategy Group series of case studies examine how integrated thinking has been embedded within international organizations from diverse sectors. The interviews conducted with key stakeholders identifies each organization’s motivations, how integrated thinking has helped shape and deploy the organization’s strategy, and what the benefits have been.