6 Books found
6 Books found
The scale of the global economy has shifted and corporations have to decide whether they are going to land on the upswing or the downward spiral of what management consultant and author Dr. Bruce Piasecki calls “The S Frontier” in The Surprising Solution: Creating Possibility in a Swift and Severe World. Originally published in 2007 under the title World Inc., Piasecki predicted that companies employing social response capitalism would succe
In a word, it is about change. And it is about change, and vision. It is about the far-reaching decisions made by the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, and the equally far-reaching decisions made by the individual consumer in the products he or she buys or does not buy, from groceries to household appliances to computer equipment to automobiles to homes. This book is about better products for a better world.
Here is the inside story of how four major multinational coporations proved that responsible environmental policy is not only right -- it's profitable. Union Carbide, ARCO, AT&T, and Warner-Lambert successfully transformed environmental performance from a major liability to a major asset. The methods they developed can be applied in virtually any industry setting to increase competitiveness.
With this book you will gain the necessary skills to develop an effective corporate environmental strategy. It is organized around three classic global needs shared by both business strategists and environmental leaders: achieving compliance, recognizing business opportunity, and answering public expectations.
For the past thirty years, citizens alarmed by an increasingly fouled environment have searched for a means to assess -- and correct -- the health of the land we inhabit. Now, with this eye-opening volume, we can at last identify what we've been doing right, and what we've been doing wrong.
Insights on Trends in Capital Markets and the Investment CommunityIn today's volatile risk climate there has been a rapid evolution in investment, regulatory, and stakeholder expectations. Understanding and managing these expectations are key to the long-term fiduciary health of an organization. Over the past few years, the AHC Group has facilitated a number of private workshops on behalf of its Corporate Affiliate