To prepare organisations to be prosperous and resilient over the long-term and a core part of the global sustainability solution.
Morphosis is the partner of choice for organisations seeking transformational sustainability results.
Morphosis creates forward-sighted, value-focused and living sustainability strategies that are integral to companies, owned by stakeholders and simple to implement. Our approach is grounded on deep practical experience and understanding of critical success factors for corporate sustainability programs. We work with our six STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT PRINCIPLES below.
Ensure your business leaders and other key stakeholders are engaged and taking ownership of the strategy, helping to smooth the approval process and supporting leadership of it over time.
Enable staff to embrace it within their specific roles and personal interests.
Establish the smart KPIs, tools, systems, procedures and roles needed for good operationalisation and quality reporting.
Structure and present the strategy to ensure all relevant stakeholders will appreciate it and move to action.
Focus on the sustainability issues that are most material to your business and your key stakeholders.
Interpret the systemic trends that will reshape your priority list of material issues over time, from climate change to digitalisation.
Develop vision that is shared by your leaders, staff and other stakeholders, helping to ensure alignment on the destination and the inspiration and motivation needed to sustain the journey there.
Interface well with your corporate strategy, structure, values and culture, to improve focus, ownership and accountability.
Simon Carter, DIRECTOR.
Simon is a pioneering corporate sustainability professional with over 15 years of experience.
Prior to founding Morphosis in 2008, he was the Regional Head of Sustainability - Asia Pacific for the global property services provider Colliers International, the first known role of its kind world-wide. At Colliers he developed and implemented corporate and business line sustainability programs at the national and regional levels and co-initiated the firm’s global program.
Simon originally trained and practiced as an architect and in the early 2000s was National Sustainable Design Manager for leading Australian architectural practice BVN, also a first-of-kind role. He supported the advancement of sustainable design across a wide range of building types, embedding it into BVN's core approach.
A long-term champion of innovation in the sustainability space, Simon takes a keen interest in the fields of climate change science, sustainable design, technology innovation, responsible investment / ESG, corporate sustainability management, organisational learning and our relationship with nature.
In 2012 he was part of the Our Far South expedition in the Southern Ocean and Antarctica to examine climate and ecosystem change in that region and implications for New Zealand and the world.
Simon is a sought after public speaker (see The Good News Story) and has authored various publications.