Excerpt from World Inc.

INDEX: H - J
 

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

H

Habib, Edgard, 7-13

predictions, 10-11

questions, 17-18

social expectations, 16-17

speech, 8-9

Hard assets, measures (usefulness), 213

Hart, Stuart, 167

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 142

Hewlett, Bill, 146, 148-149, 153

Hewlett-Packard (HP)

accomplishments, 160

Anything is Possible campaign, 164

approach, 161-162

brand product construction, outside suppliers (impact), 173

business challenge, 161

Catholic Agency for Overseas Development, endorsement, 174

competition, increase, 158-159

competitive landscape (2005), 158ƒ, 221ƒ

competitiveness challenges, 157-163

consumer impact, 145

corporate assets, concentration, 102-103

corporate leadership, world culture (relationship), 179-181

dematerialization initiative, 177

Design for Environment (DfE), 177

endnotes/bibliography, 269-270

E-inclusion strategy, 152-153

endnotes/bibliography, 265-271

end-of-life product stewardship, endnotes/bibliography, 271

environmental performance measures, 175-177

environmental supply chain, endnotes/bibliography, 267-269

environmentally benign manufacturing (EBM),
endnotes/bibliography, 267

environmental/social impact, 172-174

E-waste, endnotes/bibliography, 265-267

financial performance (2003-2005), 150

global reach, 151

goods, range, 160

headquarters, description, 147-149

impact, 99

industrial culture, 146

innovation, history, 153-157

joint code of conduct, 173-174

laser printer maker, ranking, 156

LCD display, usage, 128

leadership, change, 149-152

manufacturer responsibility, advocacy, 179

market position, ranking, 159-160

Office of Business Practice, 155

packaging, endnotes/bibliography, 271

power, zenith, 154

preliminary worldwide PC vendor
market share estimates (2006), 166ƒ

product stewardship, 175-179

products/services, creation, 162-163

risk, addressing, 172

S frontier, impact, 152-153

scope, examination, 151-152

sea-change barometer, 149-150

social actions, adoption, 175, 177

social leadership

history, 153-157

theme, 159

social objective, achievement, 154

social path, 175-179

social response action (2007-2025), 177

social value, return, 156-157

social vision, articulation, 155-156

Supplier Code of Conduct, adoption, 174

suppliers, environmental impact (HP management), 174

Supply Chain Social and Environmental Responsibility policy, adoption, 174

value, maximization, 162

worldwide server vendor market share estimates (2006), 166ƒ

YOU campaign, 163-164, 233-234

Hidden value, discovery, 214-223

Honda

Accord hybrid, mileage, 92

hybrid power train automobile, development, 63, 128

Insight, range, 87

technological innovation, opportunities, 93

House of Seven Gables, The (Hawthorne), 142

Humphries, Brian, 147

Hurd, William, 147

cost-cutting ability, 169

impact, absence, 152

reputation, 151

Hybrid Synergy Drive, 108

Hybrid-electric vehicle

advancement, 90-94

efforts, 91-92

expansion, 71

timeline, 58ƒ, 106ƒ, 124ƒ

Hydrogen-fueled cars, future, 91

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I

IBM

joint code of conduct, 173-174

LCD displays, usage, 128

Iceberg balance sheet, 216ƒ

Immelt, Jeffrey R., 133-134, 242

In Search of Environmental Excellence:
Moving beyond Blame
(Piasecki), 114

Industrial civilization, 233

Industrial society, growth (social context), 21-23

Industry peer groups, impact, 136

Information, usefulness, 6

Information and communication technology (ICT), access, 170

Information technology, access (increase), 163

Innovation

occurrence, 63-65

pace, increase, 59

sistering, 64, 128

value. See Sisters of innovation

Innovest, 211

Carbon Project, JPMorgan (joint partner), 217

Eco-Value valuation method, 215

emergence, 206-207

intangible value drivers, specialization, 216

positive screens, usage, 231

strategic value advisors, 214-223

endnotes/bibliography, 274

Inspiration/imagination, impact, 132-135

Institutional investors, investment returns (maximization), 237

Intel, computer chip (Intel Inside), 105

Interbrand (branding consultants), 134-135

In-the-know consumers, 80

Investment

analysis, change, 236

trends (1989-1998), 187ƒ

Investor Responsibility Research Center (IRRC)

endnotes/bibliography, 275

ratings group, 211, 220

Invisible core, capture, 138-139

Invisible Core, The (Wildenhain), 138

iPod, introduction, 164

IRRC. See Investor Responsibility Research Center

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J

Jacobs, Andrew D., 131

James, William (souls, reflection), 141-142

Journal of Corporate Environmental Strategy, initiation, 47

Juran, Joseph, 45, 47, 50

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