Excerpt from World Inc.

INDEX: A - C
 

A -C D - G H - J K - P R - S T - W

A

Aburdene, Patricia, 129, 141

Accord. See Honda

Adelphi, disclosures, 208

Advanced recovery fee (ARF) system, option, 179

Aikins, Fred, 90

Altruism, 44

American Hazard Control Group, 54, 247

America's Future in Toxic Waste Management:
Lessons from Europe
(Piasecki), 57

Anderson, Sarah, 17

Animal Farm (Orwell), 39

Articulate Executive, The (Toogood), 117-118

Association of International Automobile
Manufacturers, data, 84-85

Atwell, Jane, 84

Automobiles, demand/characteristics, 70-71

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B

Baltzell, Hewson, 192-193, 215, 217

Stichting Pensioen deal, 216-217

Banks, Alan, 196, 205-206, 230

Basel Action Network (BAN), pressure, 177-178

Benson, Mel
(National Aboriginal Achievement Award winner), 199

Beyond Dumping: New Strategies for Controlling Toxic Contamination (Piasecki), 57

Bhopal accident, 127

Bibliography, 247

Blinking, 137

Boeing, fuel efficiency (announcements), 244-245

Bottom of the pyramid

opportunity, 167-171

problems, 171-179

service, 170-171

Bourgeois Virtues: Ethics for an Age of Commerce
(McCloskey), 179

BP, solar power investment, 63, 128

Brand-based consumer universe, 146

Branding consultants, interaction, 134-135

Brown, Alan, 218

Buber, Martin, 123

Buddhist economics, endnotes/bibliography, 254-256

Bull market (1990s), 186

Burns, Larry, 88-89

Business

challenge, 36

challenges, 50

durability, requirement, 104

management trends, 57

revolution, 153

social changes, value shifts (impact), 125-129

Business leaders

social roles, demand, 31

social trend, 127-128

Buyer beware syndrome, reduction, 185-188

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C

Caesar, Julius (Roman sacrifices, importance), 141

Caldwell, Malcolm, 137

Callahan, Kateri, 92

Calvert Group

endnotes/bibliography, 275

ratings group, 211

social screen, usage, 213-214

Cap Gemini Ernst & Young

Center for Business Innovation, 211

endnotes/bibliography, 276

nonfinancial data, 212

Capitalism

advancement, 12

era, change (endnotes/bibliography), 256

forces, 35ƒ

instillation, 21-22

pattern, identification, 228

senile form, 65

Carbon Project, 217-218. See also Innovest

Catholic Agency for Overseas Development report, 173

Cavanagh, John, 18

CEO leadership characteristics,
stock market attention (absence), 193-194

Chappell, Tom, 121-125

Harvard Divinity School, enrollment, 123

social response model, 124

Chevron, examination, 7-13

China

economic growth, 52

emergence, 12-13

fuel economy standards, imposition, 72

China Syndrome, 73

Chua, Amy, 171

Churchill, Winston, 141

Climate change, 20ƒ

test, importance, 229

Cold War, success, 14-15

Coleman, Mark, 247

Collins, Jim, 129, 133, 184

Common Sense (Paine), 22

Communities, impact, 171

Companies

corporate mansion, metaphor, 117-118

direction, evidence, 136-137

function, endnotes/bibliography, 253-254

operations, restructuring, 43

products, quality/price/performance (impact), 192

success, projections, 24

value, nonfinancial matters (impact), 212

Competition

endnotes/bibliography, 248-251

impact, 19-20

margins, change, 23

social needs relationship, 3

Competitive products, creation (information), 100-101

ConocoPhillips, headquarters (description), 148

Conscious capitalism, 33

movement/process, 36

Consumer

power, 235-239

products, change, 34

CoreRatings, 203-204

emergence, 206-207

sale, 194

Corporate behavior, 59-60

reality, 227

Corporate choices, impact, 22

Corporate disclosure, increase, 190

Corporate Environmental Strategy:
The Avalanche of Change Since Bhopal
(Piasecki), 47, 57

Corporate globalization, understanding, 4-5

Corporate investments, level/percentage, 212

Corporate leaders

economic analysis, usage, 190-191

endnotes/bibliography, 252

panic/resolve, 19, 37-40

Corporate leadership

complexity, 111

world culture, interaction, 179-181

Corporate philanthropy, 72

Corporate potential/debate, release, 11-13

Corporate product change, 58-59

Corporate responsibility, examination, 237

Corporate risk, discussion/examination, 211

Corporate self-regulation, 210-211

Corporate social responsibility (CSR)

Calvert, impact, 231

emergence, 49

Corporate strategy

balance, 47

component, 34-36

consequence, 51-52

Corporate trinity, 45-46

Corporations

concerns, 53ƒ

examination, endnotes/bibliography, 261

intangible/tangible knowledge, 101-102

size, 4, 37-38

social solutions, cultural awareness, 33

trust, core elements, 192

Crompton, Linda, 220

Cultural restraint

impact, 137-140

necessity, 139

Cusack, John, 215

Customers, hidden value, 219

Cycle time, 55

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