Driving Sustainability to Business Success : The DS Factor - Management System Integration and Automation.Series: Wiley Corporate F&a SerPublisher: New York : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2014Copyright date: ©2013Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (369 pages)Content type:
- online resource
- HD58.9 -- .P556 2015eb
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Intro -- DRIVING SUSTAINABILITY TO BUSINESS SUCCESS -- Contents -- Preface -- Audience -- Overview of the Contents -- Acknowledgments -- PART I Business Sustainability -- CHAPTER 1 CEO Study on Sustainability -- Refocus of Business Leaders-Top Priorities -- Link between Sustainability and Business Value -- United Nations Global Compact: The Ten Principles-Understanding Their Scope of Sustainability -- Seven Steps to Sustainability -- CEOs on Sustainability -- Quantify Business Value for Sustainability -- Factors Driving CEOs on Sustainability -- Note -- CHAPTER 2 Sustainability in Developing Countries-Innovation -- DevXchange -- Children of the Dump Project -- Helping People Help People -- Moringa Tree Known as "Miracle Tree" for Sustainability -- Notes -- CHAPTER 3 Sustainability in the Banking Community -- International Finance Corporation-IFC Financing in Emerging Markets -- Sustainable Finance Awards -- HSBC Global Connections -- Netafim -- Suncor's Challenge-"What Yes Can Do"-Our Voice -- Notes -- CHAPTER 4 International Institute for Sustainable Development -- Drivers Pushing Business to Corporate Responsibility -- Global Reporting Initiative -- Corporate Responsibility Reporting -- Lessons from the Leaders -- Notes -- CHAPTER 5 Defining Business Sustainability -- Definitions of Sustainability -- Taking the Next Steps to Business Success -- System Thinking -- Ready for the Coming Age of Abundance -- YouTube Video-Innovators and Managers of Change -- Three Areas That Will Affect and Improve Business -- Business Challenges: Management of Business Knowledge -- Data Analysis -- Innovation -- Grey Tsunami-Talent Management -- Boston Consulting Group -- Notes -- PART II Principles for Driving Business Success -- Principles for Management Systems -- Asking, Not Telling -- CHAPTER 6 Principles for Quality Management Systems -- Customer Focus.
Leadership -- Involvement of People -- Process Approach -- System Approach to Management -- Continual Improvement -- Factual Approach to Decision Making -- Mutually Beneficial Supplier Relationship -- Note -- CHAPTER 7 Principles for Environmental Management Systems -- Industry Leaders Improving Our World -- BASF -- Shell International Limited -- Environmental Management -- Leadership -- Sustainability Leaders -- GlobeScan/Sustainability Survey -- Unilever -- Dow Jones Sustainability Index -- Coca‐Cola -- Patagonia -- Interface -- Continual Improvement-Prevention of Pollution -- System Approach to Management -- Compliance with Legal and Other Requirements -- Performance Evaluation -- Management of Resources -- Operational Control -- Emergency Preparedness -- Notes -- CHAPTER 8 Principles for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems -- Leadership -- GKN -- Continual Improvement -- Rana Plaza-Bangladesh -- Wal‐Mart -- A Journey -- System Approach to Management -- Compliance with Legal and Other Requirements -- Performance Evaluation -- Management of Resources -- Operational Control -- Emergency Preparedness and Response -- British Petroleum -- Notes -- CHAPTER 9 Integrated Principles for a Sustainable Business Management System -- PART III Integrated Management System Implementation: Three Steps -- Plan, Do, Check, Act-Deming -- Three‐Step Process: Identify, Insure, Improve - Pilot -- Management System Implementation -- CHAPTER 10 International Management Systems -- North America Lags Behind -- Business Benefits: Business Structure for Success -- Access to World Trade-Global Marketplace -- Reduced Risks -- Social Responsibility, Credibility, Competitive Advantage -- Improved Operational Controls -- Assess, Reflect, Act: Driving Sustainability to Business Success -- Notes -- CHAPTER 11 Management Systems.
Business Plans vs. Management Systems Meeting ISO Standards -- Where Is the Weak Link in Your Management System? -- Why Use Management Systems Meeting International Standards? -- Three Main ISO Management Systems -- Global Registration Results -- Management System Framework-Generic -- Management System Standardization-Annex SL -- Integrated Management Systems -- Integrated Management System Standard-PAS 99:2006 -- CHAPTER 12 Step One: Identify -- Understanding the Organization -- Five Most Important Questions -- Who Are Your Customers? -- Which of Your Customers Generate the 20 Percent? -- Management System Planning -- Leadership and Commitment -- Policy -- Process Approach -- Risks -- Global Citizenship-Western Digital's Commitment -- Legal Commitment-Compliance -- Best Practices -- Compliance Costs -- Compliance Costs-Employee Penalties -- Strategic Planning-Objectives and Programs -- Good to Great -- Assess/Reflect/Act -- Notes -- CHAPTER 13 Step Two: Insure -- Implementation of Plans -- Agent for Innovation -- InnovationPoint-Leapfrogging -- Support-Resources -- Organizational Roles, Responsibilities, and Authorities -- Role of the Boss -- Employees-Engagement and Innovation -- Recognition -- Building Employee Relationships -- Future Competencies in Demand -- Resources-Training-Competence-Awareness -- Work Environment -- Communication -- Documented Information -- Documented Procedures -- Operation -- Sarbanes‐Oxley -- Due Diligence -- Operational Clauses -- Quality Control Plan -- Management System Control Plan -- Goods and Service Risk Questions -- Production and Service Provision -- Innovation -- Emergency Preparedness and Response -- Notes -- CHAPTER 14 Step Three: Improve -- Performance Evaluation -- Monitor, Measure, Analyze, and Evaluate -- Objectives -- Supply Chain -- Monitoring-Compliance -- Monitoring and Measurement of Processes.
Product/Service -- Control of Nonconforming Product or Service -- Equipment -- Analysis of Information -- Evaluation -- Internal Audit -- Process Audits-Three‐Step Process -- Management Review -- Productive Meetings -- Improvement -- Nonconformity-Corrective Action -- CHAPTER 15 Conclusion -- Competitive Landscape -- As a Leader -- I Know That -- I Am the Visionary -- I Learned -- Pilot Project-Management System Makeover™ -- Driving Sustainability to Business Success -- About the Author -- Index -- EULA.
Efficient, compliant management systems pave the road to sustainability through integration and automation The book addresses the many definitions of sustainability and why CEOs need the links between sustainability, business value, and performance. Business leaders are committed to leading the way, and the book outlines the support of a management system structure and business principles that will drive the accomplishment of their mission. Stakeholder demands on CEOs include many challenges. Investors are assessing companies for financial performance. The shrinking talent pool of employees is looking to work with organizations that support social, environment, and economic operating practices and principles. Great leaders are those that ask questions, who are creative to drive innovation for growth of their company. The Assess-Reflect-Act section on international business principles defined in the book will ask you as the leader thought provoking questions to stimulate action within your organization to bring people, processes, and technology together for business success. Leaders need to transition to smart decisions that are data driven. The company's management system structure is important to build a strong framework for business process operations and automation for global competitiveness. Topics include: Business plans vs management systems Management system frameworks: standardization, ISO standards: Quality - ISO 9001, Environment - ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, Integrated Management Systems Three Steps for Process Development: Identify, Insure, Improve Focus for the Organization: Compliance Costs, Best Practices, Strategic Planning Support - Resources: Innovation, Engagement, Succession Planning Data as a Valuable Resource Operation: Process Risks, Management System Control Plan, E-commerce, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Green
Awareness-Eco Design, Automated Controls, Cloud Computing Performance Evaluation - Monitor, Measure, Analyze, Audit, Management Review Competitive Landscape The constant need to improve internal processes and move toward business sustainability and quality standards is a major stressor for governments and businesses. With one-third of the workforce retiring in the next five to ten years, the need has become more immediate, and the focus has shifted to building a strong framework for business process operations and automation for global competitiveness. This book provides a roadmap to efficient, compliant systems, showing businesses how to build toward sustainability goals and capture key knowledge of the employees involved in the process.
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