The ASAP Roadmap offers any sport organisation a process-based guidance and framework for the creation of a fully-fledged Sustainability Strategy. It will take you through the prerequisites, outline how to manage internal and external stakeholders, and provide you with a step-by-step “recipe book” on how to go about the development of your Strategy. The document, in its full and short version, is accompanied by a number of useful tools (ASAP Toolbox) to further facilitate the process.
NOC Sustainability Strategy Template
Developed by the International Olympic Committee and tested by the ASAP project team, the Template offers a flexible framework and structure for your strategy. By following the steps and procedure outlined in the ASAP Roadmap, you will be able to adjust the Template to your needs and complete it with ease.
Making the Case for Sustainability
The “Making the Case” document puts forward arguments in favour of integrated sustainability, outlines its benefits, and details the risk of maintain the status quo. It will provide you with the right ammunition for your discussions with internal and external stakeholders, in particular decision-makers.
"Introduction to Sustainability” Model Training Programme
Building the capacity of your organisation in the area of sustainability is crucial not only for the implementation of your strategy, but also for its development. Before you start the process, consider organising a training on the topic. With its tips and tricks, the "Model Training Programme" will help you do just that.
Organisational Screening Tools
To develop your strategy, you will need to know your „baseline“ - what your organisation does and how it does it in its day-to-day business, in which environment it operates, and what impact its activities have on people and the planet. The "Organisational Screening Tools" are here to help you through this oftentimes long, but rewarding, exercise.
Materiality Assessment Tools
You will need to decide on which topics and areas your strategy will focus. In other words, you will need to find out what the most “material” or pressing issues are for both your organisation and its stakeholders. The "Materiality Assessment Tools" will help you make well-informed decisions.
Sustainability Communications Cheat Sheet
Why is communication important for any sustainability programme or strategy? Simply put, it will make or break your programme. Well-designed and executed communications will help you deliver on your objectives and this Cheat Sheet has been designed to help you do just that.