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Sustainable Value How the World"s Leading Businesses Are Doing Well by Doing Good by Chris Laszlo

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Published by Stanford Business Books .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Development - Sustainable Development,
  • Business & Economics / Sustainable Development,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages208
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11275366M
ISBN 100804759634
ISBN 109780804759632

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  In this outstanding book, Chris Laszlo defines, illustrates, and shows how business can action 'Sustainable Value' in three profoundly different ways. First, a management fable looks at the experiences of a dynamic business leader as she grapples with the new business realities of managing stakeholder, as well as shareholder by:   Sustainable Values, Sustainable Change book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Sustainability is a nearly ubiquitous concept today 4/5.   Sustainable Values, Sustainable Change is a novel bridge linking environmental values to adaptive management, and practitioners in both fields will benefit from a close reading and reflection. BioScience - Marc Tadaki and Kai M. A. ChanPages: Sustainable Values, Sustainable Change: A Guide to Environmental Decision Making - Ebook written by Bryan G. Norton. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Sustainable Values, Sustainable Change: A Guide to Environmental Decision Making.

This book introduces the integrated management concept of "Sustainable Value Creation", which delivers sustainability ‘inside-out’ from the core business. It is based on the premise that sustainability can provide a platform for growth, if it is implemented in a company’s products, services and supply chains (combined also known as the. ABOUT. I'm Stuart L. Hart, a leading authority on the implications of environment and poverty for business strategy.A few years ago, I defined the concept of sustainable value; my work includes over 70 academic papers and several books.. My blog: Voice of the Planet >> Learn more >>. BOOKS. My best-selling book, Capitalism at the Crossroads, published in , was selected by Cambridge.   I n my last post, I wrote about “sustainable values,” i.e. the beliefs and behaviors that produce an inspiring identity, human value and knowledge flow in groups that help people thrive individually and collectively. In other words, when a group embraces and behaves in ways that are consistent with sustainable values, it leads to sustainable superior performance.   Sustainable Excellence: The Future of Business in a Fast-Changing World, by Aron Cramer and Zachary Karabell (): Scarcity is the mother of .

  Sustainable value framework In order to map the value sustainability adds to a business, Stuart Hart and Mark Milstein developed a quadrant that defines how sustainability creates added value. When used in the right way, this framework can help you create a win-win approach and create sustainable value for your business. Sustainable Value and the Triple Bottom Line. Sustainability is the ability to live within our means. Sustainable value is the ability to provide value that sustains the organization and the context within which it exists. The triple bottom line is a way of conceptualizing this for corporations, across three essential domains. The book’s 27 chapters fill holes and explore new fields; the chapters are organised in five sections: Sustainable value chains - context, drivers, and barriers; Sustainable value chains - managing activities; Sustainable value chains - managing networks and collaboration; Sustainable value chains - integrative perspectives; and Sustainable.   Sustainable value creation requires systems thinking in order to maximise total value captured. There is a need to better understand how companies can improve sustainable value creation. Few tools or structured approaches to thinking about sustainable value are available.