Excerpt from World Inc.

INDEX: D - G
 

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

D

Dallas, George, 225-227

Dell, joint code of conduct, 173-174

Deming, W. Edwards, 45, 47, 50

Design for Environment (DfE). See Hewlett-Packard

Developing countries

economic activity, combination, 168

HP strategy, 170-171

technology, introduction, 93-94

wealth, growth (risk), 172

Differentiate or Die (Trout/Rivkin), 34

Digital Community Center (DCC), 170

Disclosures, increase, 204

DNV

CoreRatings acquisition, 194

endnotes/bibliography, 273-274

Dot-com craze, 186

Dow, Charles, 186

Dow Jones stock index, creation, 186

Drucker, Peter, 50, 183-185, 195

syndrome, disproving, 202

warnings, 225

Dunn, Debra, 152

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E

Eco-Value valuation method. See Innovest

Edwards, Jonathan, 123

Eisner, Michael (product claims), 104

Electrolux, high-efficiency appliances (usage), 63-64, 128

Electronic waste recycling, issues, 178-179

Elkington, John, 184

Elsewhere/adventure, capture, 129-132

Endnotes, 247

Enough (McKibben), 140

Enron, corruption (disclosures), 208

Environment, social, and governance ratings (ESG ratings), 222

Environmental deterioration, automobiles (impact), 70

Environmental footprints, company reduction, 127

Environmental Management and Business Strategy:
Leadership Skills for the New Century
(Piasecki), 61

Environmentally beneficial products, production, 30-33

Environmentally benign manufacturing (EBM).
See Hewlett-Packard

Equity, term (usage), 189

Equity Culture, The (Smith), 187-188

Equity markets, value shift, 251

ESG ratings. See Environment, social, and governance ratings

Ethical program, endnotes/bibliography, 277

Ethical sourcing, endnotes/bibliography, 276

E-waste. See Hewlett-Packard

Exxon Valdez accident, 127

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F

Federalist Papers, 22

Financial assets, abstractness, 238

Fiorina, Carly, 145-146

departure, 147

keynote speech, 164-165

power, zenith, 154

Fitch Ratings, CoreRatings acquisition, 194

Ford, Henry, 69, 72

Ford, Jr., William Clay, 89

Ford Motor Company

change, 89-90

innovations, 74ƒ

THiNK vehicle, 87

Foreign cars, U.S. purchases (percentage), 85

Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid, The
(Prahalad), 167, 169

Frazier, David, 248

Friedman, Thomas, 5, 15, 85, 243

Fulcrum point, 6

exploitation, 116

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G

Game theory, usage, 127

Gap, Inc., Social Responsibility Report (release), 222-223

endnotes/bibliography, 276

Garner, Art, 90

General Electric (GE)

climate change, 60-62

Ecomagination, 242-243

importance, 134

initiative, 60-61, 132-133

greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, reduction, 242

imagination, usage, 242-243

market capitalization, 133

plan, 135

products, recertification process, 135

social initiatives, 134

social response capitalism, evidence, 133

General Motors

financial/market risk, 88-89

Mr. Hydrogen, 88-89

performance, contrast, 84

George, Rick, 198

GG. See Green Goat

Global citizenship

framework, 155ƒ

future, 163-167

Global climate change, threat, 229

Global Climate Coalition, abandonment, 89-90

Global competition, rules (understanding), 98-99

Global corporations, control

increase, 39

perspective, 205

Global equity culture, 15-17

emergence, 23

endnotes/bibliography, 250

logic, 189-192

Global equity environment, revolution, 135-136

Global equity market

transparency/assessment, requirement, 203

Global equity market, emergence, 195-196, 196ƒ

Global leadership

role, assumption, 11

sense, 129

Global market access, 55

Global product revolution, benefits, 139

Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), disadvantage, 226

Global supply chain

control, 172-174

delivery/security standards, increase, 163

Global terrorism, 20ƒ

Globalization changes, examination, 16

Goldman Sachs (GS), financial risk management, 244

Good to Great (Collins), 133

Goss, Rick, 173-174

Governance, impact, 225

Government role, impact, 22

Green Goat®™ (GG) hybrid-technology locomotives,
Union Pacific Railroad orders, 243

Green Order (branding consultant), 134-135

Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. See General Electric

GRI. See Global Reporting Initiative

GS. See Goldman Sachs

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