The Chapter Zero Board Scorecard: an introduction
Why use the Board Scorecard?
Complete the Board Scorecard to help you assess how effectively your board is tackling the net zero transition and building resilience to climate impacts.
- It will indicate how well you think your board is responding to the challenge of climate change
- It will help you make informed decisions on priorities for action, and ask the right questions in the boardroom
- You can use the Board Scorecard results to capture impressions from board members and others in the organisation, to enable a good discussion
- It can help identify gaps to be addressed, differences of view and barriers to be overcome.
How it works
To complete the Board Scorecard you need to answer a total of 20 questions. These are split across four different topic areas: leadership, ownership, strategy and measurement. The questions are designed to help you assess how effectively your board is tackling the net zero transition and building resilience to climate impacts.
Upon completion you will be emailed a PDF of your results that you can take to the boardroom to facilitate discussion. The information you give, including your email address and scoring, will be stored securely. We will not identify your company if we use the results for data analysis purposes.
Here is an example of the PDF output:
The Board Scorecard is not intended to be rigorous. It is designed to capture and encourage debate in the boardroom.
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