The Common Good Balance Sheet


 

Companies from all sectors and all sizes use the Common Good Balance Sheet to measure their contribution to the Common Good of a democratic society. It gives an account of the degree to which the company fulfills the five most important constitutional values of democratic states: human dignity, cooperation, sustainability, justice and democracy. What is the Common Good Balance Sheet? »

Businesses and organizations create their initial CG Balance Sheet on their own. Certified business consultants are available to support them in this process. As soon as a CG Balance Sheet has been completed, companies can hire an external auditor or join up with other companies for a peer auditing process. Creating a Common Good Balance Sheet »

Common Good Matrix
Quick Test for the Common Good Balance Sheet
Handbook and Guidelines for Creating a Common Good Balance Sheet and Report