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Triple Bottom Line Euler Diagram
from deck Post Pandemic Business Recovery Plan (PPT Template)

Triple Bottom Line Euler Diagram

Slide Content

The slide introduces the concept of the 'Triple Bottom Line' using an Euler diagram. It breaks down the theme into three interconnected components: 'People,' 'Planet,' and 'Profit,' each signifying a different sphere of business performance. 'People' represents social performance, emphasizing how a company's operations impact human resources. 'Planet' discusses environmental performance, highlighting sustainability and ecological impact. 'Profit' refers to economic performance, denoting the financial health and profitability of a business. The central overlapping area is labeled 'Sustainability,' signifying the intersection where all three aspects of performance meet to create a sustainable business model.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a large, centrally placed Euler diagram with overlaid text.
  • Three segments form the Euler diagram: two partially overlapping circles and a shared middle section.
  • Each segment has an associated icon: a group of people for 'People,' a globe for 'Planet,' and a dollar sign for 'Profit.'
  • There are three horizontal labels with background colors corresponding to their respective segments, situated outside the diagram.
  • Three editable text boxes are aligned below each label, providing space for additional details or notes.
  • A discrete color palette of blue, green, and teal is used throughout the diagram and its labels.
  • The slide background is white, accentuating the vibrant colors of the diagram.

The overall look of the slide is clean and professional, with a simple color scheme that effectively highlights the components of the Triple Bottom Line concept. The graphical elements are arranged in a balanced and easily digestible format.

Use Cases

  • To explain sustainable business practices during corporate strategy meetings or presentations.
  • In educational settings, as a visual aid for students learning about corporate social responsibility.
  • For workshops or seminars focused on environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) criteria.
  • During stakeholder meetings to illustrate a company's commitment to balancing profit with societal and environmental contributions.

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