Evaluation Criteria for MsOS Companies
Here is a list of some of the criteria Concinnity uses to evaluate whether a company is operating using a Multi-stakeholder Operating System.
Environmental, Societal/Community & Governance (ESG): Ratings from multiple ESG data providers that include hundreds of assessment criteria.
Employee Engagement: Ratings derived from a combination of employee productivity metrics, employee turnover measures, employee perception surveys and the “human capital” and/or labor-management scores embedded within overall ESG ratings.
Corporate Reputation Management: Ratings derived from an intangible asset management index that evaluates six key areas of business performance: ethics, innovation, quality, safety, sustainability and security.
Innovation: Combines innovation component scores within the intangible asset management index and innovation scores derived from customer perceptions.
Executive Integrity: Ratings derived by assessing the degree of honesty displayed by executives when communicating with analysts and investors, based on analysis and indicators developed by the national intelligence community.
Management Capability: Ratings derived from a methodology designed to evaluate the quality, skill and operating ability of management teams.
Customer Relationship Quality: Includes ratings based on measures of customer loyalty, social media proficiency, customer perception of value, pricing power and economic profitability of customer relationships.
Supplier Relationship Quality: Ratings derived from a supplier risk index that analyzes how a company’s supply chain management and practices are enabling or hindering its ability to meet customer needs.
Labor & Human Rights (Supply Chain): Scoring system based on evaluations from a global network of factory field auditors to gauge the risk of human rights and labor violations occurring within a company’s supply chain.
Culture: A combination of all customer ratings and employee related ratings are used as proxies for appraising organizational culture.
Quality of Financial Reporting: Forensic accounting specialists are relied on to grade companies on the quality of their earnings and/or overall financial reporting.