BusM 361 Sustainability Fall 10

BusM 361 Sustainability Fall 10 - BusM 361: Sustainability...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style BusM 361: Sustainability “Thou shalt be diligent in preserving what thou hast, that thou mayest be a wise steward” Doctrine and Covenants 136:27
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Definitions Sustainability : meeting today’s needs without compromising the ability to meet tomorrow’s Lifecycle Analysis : evaluate cost of waste throughout product lifecycle Extraction Production Packaging and Transport Usage Disposal/Recycling
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Triple Bottom Line
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10 Pillars for Sustainable Business by Holland and Sykes 2008 1. Business strategy 2. Marketing Sustainability 3. Green and healthy work-places 4. Values based purchasing 5. Transportation – Low impact mobility and shipping 6. Operations - Lean green operations Product and service design – Delivering By integrating customer relationships, business processes, supplier relationships, and business strategy a company becomes more sustainable.
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Business Drivers Compliance with regulation Most common reason for sustainable
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