Sustainable Value Chain Management Delivering Sustainability Through the Core Business

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, service...

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Other Authors: D'heur, Michael (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cham Springer International Publishing 2015, 2015
Edition:1st ed. 2015
Series:CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a shared.value.chain: Profitable growth through sustainable value creation -- BEIERSDORF: Generating joint added value through collaboration, planning and evaluation -- FAIRPHONE: Sustainability from the inside-out and outside-in -- SAP AG & StarShea Limited (Ghana): sustainable value creation through collaboration with companies, NGOs and intermediaries -- NANOGATE: Sustainable value creation in technology companies -- AUDI: Raw Materials, Road, Recycling – How Life Cycle Analysis Influences Product Development -- SYMRISE and Vanilla: Tradition, Strategy and Total Commitment -- SIEMENS: Managing sustainability along the entire value chain to benefit our customers -- Embedding ESG Criteria into the Banking Industry Value Chain -- HENKEL: Sustainability in the value chain – from philosophy to practice -- VAUDE: Sustainable value creation as a mission statement for small and medium-sized companies -- INTERNATIONAL PAPER: Creating Value through Sustainably Managed Natural Resources -- INDEPENDENT CAPITAL MANAGEMENT:  Sustainable Value Creation as an Investment Criterion -- NESTLÉ: Sustainable Value Chain Management from the farm to the fork -- THIN AIR FACTORY: The Value Chain Unchained -- BASF: Measurability of shared value creation in agriculture -- KLENK & HOURSCH: Telling the Backstory – Transparency in Global Value Chains -- INFINEON: Integrated enterprise architecture to support sustainability -- German Council for Sustainable Development: The German Sustainability Code 
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520 |a 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 'Value Chain'). Managing the Value Chain from the outset with a sustainability mindset subsequently allows profitable economical, ecological and societal growth. It combines the need for increased sustainability and its implementation in the operations of a company. The book addresses the following issues: How do economic, environmental and societal factors impact the value-creation process of a company? What requirements and expectations need to be met to balance economic, ecologic and societal value creation? What are the building blocks and measures that can be utilized on the journey towards building a sustainable value chain? What benefits can be achieved through sustainable value chains? What are the practical examples of sustainable value chains in leading companies that can inspire others to follow? The book includes contributions from the following organisations and companies: Beiersdorf, SAP, Klenk und Hoursch, VAUDE, Infineon Technologies, Independent Capital Management, BASF, Nanogate, the Federal German Council for Sustainable Development, Henkel, Symrise, shared.value.chain, Siemens, Fairphone and Thin Air Factory